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FBL: Ssekimpi Salvages Point for Bazaar Against Water FC

Water FC and Bazaar in action on Thursday

Fufa Big League
Water 2-2 Bazaar Holdings

It was goals galore as Water football club were held at home (Kibuli SS playground) by Bazaar Holdings on match day two of the Fufa Big league.

Bashir Ssekimpi came off the bench in the second half to earn Bazaar holdings (also known as Stegota FC) a point.

Former Maroons midfielder Jamal Alimansi gave Bazaar the lead in the 34th minute with a long range shot that beat Water goalkeeper Pico Sseguya who had moved off his line.

However, pill http://cerlalc.org/wp-includes/meta.php the lead was short lived with the hosts leveling matters through Dennis Latek just outside the area.

Two minutes to halftime, cialis 40mg the hosts took the lead with former Lweza forward Fred Kalanzi tapping home after goalkeeper Sharif Ssozi failed to clear Bright Higuma’s cross.

At the hour mark, Bazaar coach Mubarak Kiberu brought on Bashir Ssekimpi for Solomon Ewol and the change paid off dividends nine minutes later scoring the equaliser.

Water coach, Bainomugisha Vialli was pleased with the team’s performance despite throwing away the lead.

“We played better today than the first game against Hope Doves and I believe we shall improve in the next game,” he said.

Water now has one point in two games while Bazaar Holdings have four points after winning 2-1 in their opening game against Airtel Kitara last week.

Water starting XI
Pico Sseguya, Mubarak Tenywa, Sande Ariaka, Timothy Ssebudde, Dennis Mugerwa, Edison Kahebwa, Paul Opedun, Dennis Latek, Fred Kalanzi, Isaac Kisujju, Bright Higuma

Bazaar starting XI
Sharif Ssozi, Salim Kiyaga, Farouk Ndiefi, Duncan Muyige, Mike Kawuki, Mugisha Robert, Solomon Ewol, Mutyaba Samson, Juma Kaddu, Saad Kibirango, Juma Kafeero

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