Sadolin Paints FC and Vipers SC played to a goalless draw on Friday afternoon at Bugembe stadium denying a chance for the visitors to trim the gap with table leaders KCCA FC.
The hosts’ will have to blame their poor blunt attacking force for not picking their maiden win against the two time champions. Nassar Muzamir was the main culprit in the extravagance spree.
First Half Action
The beginning of the match was calm with less action on both sides characterized with some cool inter passing sessions from both ends but with several physical battle in the crowded midfield zone.
Painters made the first real attempt on goal fourteen minutes into the game after Nassar Muzamir disposed Keziron’s attack and paced down the right lane, approved http://coachypnose.fr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-list-media-endpoint.php twisting and turning Bilikwalira then lofted in a cross which Ogik chested and shot a half volley direct to a waiting Watenga.
Vipers retaliated with a quick counter attack from Wadada’s right wing snaking through kayiwa in the middle down to Kakaire and then Odur inside the box but his timing was poor.
Coach Mubiru immediately pulled off Kayiwa for a more pact Musa Esenu.
Hosts regrouped and made another attempt ten minutes later. Basooma picked a loose ball in the left back and transited to the other half dummying Waswa to the ground then set Muzamir into space but the recipient’s slow legs allowed Watenga time to rescue the venoms.
Sadolin bench introduced Fred Kyambadde for Nazil Serwadda in the hour clock. The change sparked new life in the painters front line forcing Vipers on their back heel for most part of the period.
The draw leaves Vipers on the second spot with 20 points same as Soana FC though with a superior goal difference. Sadolin have now accumulated eleven points.
Franco Oringa (GK), prescription Ronald Lukungu. Nasser Nsubuga, viagra order Desmond Kyobe, Moses Kibirige, Dan Ekoyu, Andrew Basooma (76′ Bruhan Matovu), Nasser Muzamir, Allan Oryek, Norman Ogik, Nazil Serwadda (60′ Fred Kyambadde).
Hilbert Hatimu, Geoffrey Mbazira, Peter Katumba, Robert Achema.
Vipers SC: Isma Watenga, Nicholas Wadada, Dan Bilikwalira, Shafic Bakaki, Halid Lwaliwa, Hassan Waswa, William Wadri (82′ Bashir Mutanda), Keziron Kizito, Tonny Odur, Ibrahim Kayiwa (32′ Musa Esenu), Brian Kakaire (54′ Joseph Ssemujju).