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PHOTOS: Resilient Police Fall Fighting at Wankulukuku

Police FC's Birungi battles with Farouk Matovu. (Photos by: Kenneth Kazibwe/ChimpReports)

Police FC were on Tuesday unlucky to at least bag a point from Express FC at Wankulukuku stadium in the Azam Uganda Premier League.

Being 3 goals down in the first half, treatment http://cyberstudio.biz/main/modules/mod_feed/tmpl/default.php the cops capitalized on the laxity of the home side and fought like wounded lions to end the game 4-3 in favour of the Red Eagles.

The home side opened the score through Kakooza Mahad before Allan Kyambadde and Simon Sserunkuuma scored a goal each to seal the visitors’ hopes in first half as Express looked dominant of the 2 teams.

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However, viagra buy the cops pulled one back through Michael Birungi and ensuring that the game ended 3-1 at half time.

Meanwhile after recess, the visitors capitalized on the laxity of the Red Eagles’ defence and tried to fight back but their efforts on several occasions were fruitless.

Allan Kyambadde scored his second and his team’s fourth goal of the day to take the game beyond reach for Police.

The resilient  cops however continued pilling more pressure on the home side’s  defence and were eventually rewarded a third goal through veteran player Hood Kaweesa  but this was not enough to enable them salvage a point from Wankulukuku.

Express' Yayo Lutimba patrols William Wadri

Express’ Yayo Lutimba patrols William Wadri

Speaking to ChimpSport after the game, Police FC coach Abdalla Mubiru praised his players for fighting up to the last man but noted they were not lucky enough.

“They gave in whatever they could and kept playing well despite being 3 goals down in the first half,”Mubiru said.

He however noted that scoring is the team’s problem which he said needs to be rectified.

“We shall be looking forward to building onto that performance and improve day by day.”

Express coach Matia Lule on the other side blamed his defenders for not concentrating and conceded such goals despite leading the game with a big margin.

“It has been disappointing that my boys lost the grip on the ball especially in the second half and we conceded 3 goals,”Lule said.

He said that in the past his team had been struggling to score goals with a good defence but it was to the contrary in the game against Police.

The loss ensured that Abdala Mubiru’s police have not won a game in 4 consecutive matches in the Azam Uganda Premier League.

Express have bagged 4 points from Police this season after the first game at Kavumba ended 3 all.

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