Defending champions KCCA FC needed two second half goals to ensure former boss Sam Ssimbwa’s first return to Lugogo was a disaster when he lost to his former pay masters on Tuesday evening in the Azam Uganda Premier League.
The Kasasiro boys had earlier in the first half found difficulties in breaking Soana’s back as veteran midfielder Vincent Kayizzi, dosage http://contactburlco.org/wp-includes/simplepie/credit.php prodigal son Brian Majwega , http://crossfitnaples.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sal/class.json-api-links.php Paul Mucureezi, Joseph Ochaya and lead striker Geoffrey Sserunkuuma missed a number of chances that have proved the difference between the 2 sides before recess.
On several occasions, Ochaya’s crosses either landed in the hands of Soana’s shot stopper Didi Mohamad or were too wide off the goal mouth.
Soana however kept strong trying to with Willy Kavuma and Kamada Ssebaggala enjoying the day in the midfield for the visitors but their passes could not penetrate the defending champions’ defence.
Skipper Dan Wagaluka’s crosses also yielded nothing as they were either intercepted or went wide ensuring both teams had a fair share of the first half.
A few minutes after recess, an attack started by goal keeper Benjamin Ochan to skipper Dennis Okot who passed the ball to Mucureezi yielded nothing as substitute Derrick Nsibambi staggered with the ball only to be cleared by the Soana defenders.
The resilient Soana were however broken into in the 64th minute after a red card to defender Misi Katende who handled Mucureezi’s shot that was destined for the visitors’ net.
Cranes left back Ochaya then took the penalty that was repulsed by the visitors’ goal keeper but his defenders could not clear the ball giving chance to Ochaya score from a rebounder.
The red card served to ease the work of the defending champions who now mounted more pressure on Soana who had turned defensive .
A few minutes later in the 67th minute, last season’s best midfielder Muzamir Mutyaba was at it again breaking Soana’s defence before putting the game beyond reach for the visitors.
In an interview with Chimpreports, KCCA FC defender Timothy Awany said the red card to the visitors helped ease their job and eventually they broke through Siana’s defence.
The win on Tuesday evening saw the defending champions collect the maximum 9 points from 3 games played in the Azam Uganda Premier League whereas Soana now have 4 points .