Uganda Cranes left back impressed on Montreal Impact debut as his Canadian club edged DC United to storm the MLS Cup playoffs.
Coming on in the 71st minute with his side trailing 2-1, Kizza was involved in the late winner as Thierry Henry’s side claimed a vital 3-2 win.
Kizza who came on for Amar Sejdic, freed Mason Toye on the left flank who set Romell Quito to grab the winner in the 88th minute at Audi Field stadium.
The victory ends a three-game losing streak for Montreal who had fallen to New York City, Nashville and Orlando City FC.
The side finish ninth in the Eastern Conference, automatically qualifying for the fall tournament, and will face the New England Revolution in a knockout play-off on November 20.
The side have now reached the playoffs for the first time since 2016.
Donovan Pines had put DC United in the lead before Bojan levelled for the Visitors. Ola Kamara scored in the 33rd minute for DC but Victor Wanyama made it 2-2 for Montreal.