Sadolin Paints and Bul FC have settled for a dull barren draw in a Uganda Premier League match played on Tuesday afternoon at the Bugembe stadium.
The cagey encounter rolled to silent fifteen minutes with nothing worthy to write home as both coaches opted for cautious midfield play as they studied the game.
Bul FC Picked up after the 20 minutes mark employing long balls to loop over the painters solid five man midfield with several subsequent attacks.
Three minutes later, click http://cornerstone-edge.com/wp-admin/includes/class-language-pack-upgrader.php Militon Kalisa made a quick run down the left channel to pick Walulya’s long ball, controlled with his left and looped over Oringa who had left his line but the effort rose overboard.
Mukobe intercepted Sadolin’s resultant counter and again sent another long curling cross which Kalisa brushed over for Lubega whose first touch left Lukungu in the back foot but his final in a one on one situation settled in the stands.
The first period ended with only one attempt on target for the hosts and four to the cooking oil manufacturers.
Sadolin bursted into second half with a series of well-coordinated attacks which forced Bul to commit several fouls.
Lukungu curled one round a four man defense in the 48th minute forcing Mujampani to stretch to his limits with a tip which hit the far post.
Oryek’s attempt to convert the rebound was also not successful.
Sadolin move to ninth place with fifteen points while Bul jump out of the red zone on eleven points.
Sadolin XI: Franco Oring’a, Nasser Nsubuga, Moses Kibirige, Ronald. Lukungu, Peter Katumba, Andrew Basooma, Sijali Jamal. Allan Oryek, Norman Ogik, Allan Kyambadde, Fred Kyambadde.
Subs: Hilbert Hatimu, Godfrey Mbazira, Robert Schema, Muzamir Nasser, Bruhan Matovu, Ivan Lubaale, Nazil Serwada
Bul XI: Paul Mujampani, Hakim Magombe, Junior Mukisa, Derrick Walulya, Yunus Sibira, Yudah Mugalu, Godfrey Buni, Militon Kalisa, Blaize. Nkolo, Titus Lubega, Umar Mukobe.
Subs: Emmanuel Kalyowa, Paul Kisige, Augustine Nsumba, Hamid Tibita, Shaka Ssozi, Fahad Barido, Brownson Ssemira.