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Proline and Entebbe never disappointed their fans as they picked up results which they will surely look at in the next couple of weeks and judge for themselves-if they were valuable or not.
At Nakivubo stadium, Bright Stars took the lead though Hassan Kikoyo in the first half but Proline changed tactics and played their usual short and crisp passing game which put their opponents under pressure. Hood Kawere netted the equalizer.
Bright Stars were saved in the dying seconds of the game as the ball hit the post.
At Mutessa II stadium in Wankulukuku, Nasser Muzamilu was the hero for Entebbe FC as he scored the game’s solitary goal against reigning champions KCC FC. Uganda Cranes winger Brian Majwega missed a penalty for KCC FC.
Meanwhile in Uganda Cup, Kampala Regional league side Hope Soana are through to the round of 16 in the Uganda cup following a penalty shootout victory over FUFA Super League side Express FC at Kavumba stadium.
The ‘one minute match’ was a a continuation of the abandoned action two weeks ago when the crowd could not allow play to continue when Soana equalised against the Red Eagles in the third minute of the four added in the second half.
The score was 1-1. In today’s action, no fans were allowed inside the stadium for the clubs officials.
In the penalty shoot outs, Hope Soana won 7-6 to set up a last 16 clash with Kampala University.
Round of 16 Results:
In Jinja, Asiku Crespo was on target for home side BUL FC while Ayub Kisalita scored for SC Villa as the game ended 1-1.
In penalties, BUL edged the Jogoos 4-3.
In Buikwe URA knocked out Vipers 1-0 thanks to Emmanuel Ngama’s strike.