SC Victoria University put behind their financial wrangles to overcome a hard fighting Saints FC team with a 2-1 win in the only Uganda premier league match played on Saturday at the Namboole stadium.
Diminutive left winger Farouk Kawooya got the opener for the university side in the 36th minute after dribbling past the leaky defence before powering from tight left side angle, viagra order http://clasharama.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-plugin-install-list-table.php beating Anyama in goal.
Victoria asserted more pressure in the second half but the efforts only matured nine minutes to time.
Anyama calmly picked a weak Kawooya’s end product from a speedy counter attack.
The young keeper blundered – starting the ball quickly with a tight marked Aziz Mubiru.
The defender’s options were closed down opting to pass to Bwire who failed to control and clear near the box.
Charles Ssemanda picked the ball and fired past Anyama.
Saints got a quick reply three minutes later through second half substitute Fadhil Marijani.
The loss leaves Saints Fc rock bottom of the table with only five points from ten games while SC VU climbs 11th.