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AUPL: Kirya Fries Anyau’s BUL

Ambrose Kirya sealed the game with a first half last gasp strike.

Ambrose Kirya returned to Kakindu stadium with luck gifting Sports Club Villa the second victory on the bounce with a 1-0 advantage over BUL FC in one of the match day ten fixtures played on Friday.

Kirya attacks.
The former JMC Hippos skipper had a relatively positive field day out tormenting Umar Mukobe in the right wing from the onset. The midfielder had a series of unfruitful attacks but the earliest case presented after 21 minutes weaving through the sides and drilled inside the box before slotting a cute through ball to Kasumba who failed to tap in despite a miscommunication between Salim and Kisige.

Kirya’s chance to score came a minute into the added minute of first half. Lwesibawa curled a long one from the centre line aiming at Kasumba but collide with Kisige and an on rushing Wekiya while trying to brush in. The ball bounced away to find a waiting Kirya who hit it with his inside right to the top bar for the goal.

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Weak squad.
Bul Entered the game with a depleted squad composition missing three crucial first team players Militon Karisa, click http://citadelgroup.com.au/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/file.php Junior Mukisa and Derrick Walulya. They were also forced to make an early substitution after captain Augustine Nsumba failed to recover from an ankle tackle at the half hour.

First goalkeeper on the pecking order Emmanuel Kalyowa was an understudy for Salim Wekiya who conceded cheaply.

Bul had their share of chances to pick up their piece but wasted. The hosts were also unfortunate to be denied in the 83rd when Kisige cleared a lengthy one to the final third picking out Fahad who calmed it down, http://cerlalc.org/wp-content/plugins/types/library/toolset/toolset-common/inc/toolset.object.relationship.class.php weaved through the defense, http://chatterblast.com/wp-includes/class-smtp.php dummied Yasin and buried it in but was surprised to see both flags up on his way to celebrate. It was ruled that Kisige had picked the ball outside the line and therefore BUL awarded goal kick.

The win adds Villa’s account to 18 points, four behind KCCA FC who beat Police 3-0 at Lugogo. BUL remain rooted in the red zone with seven points.

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