SC Villa coach Sam Ssimbwa beamed with pride after his side ended Rwenshama’s unbeaten Uganda Premier League (UPL) second round run on Tuesday with a 2-1 victory at Peter Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium in Kampala.
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“We played with one striker, we played with our two wingers, we knew they wouldn’t play with wingers so I had my two full-backs tucking inside and I think the guys were good.
“They [Rwenshama] got a lot of decisions at one stage, free-kick after free-kick after free-kick, but we dealt with that [defending set-plays] and we rectified those situations and they were great tonight.
In Rwenshama, Villa faced a resurgent side that had kicked of their second round with two straight wins, scoring three goals without reply.
“I’m happy for the players, they’re scoring goals and the guys are working hard and enjoying themselves.
“Thanks to Charles Ayeikho and his team, they’ve had a fantastic run up until now. Today was a tough game for us but on the day I think the better team won and we deserved it.”
The 16-time record champions returned to the UPL summit with the last minute win. Villa before kickoff were level on 36 points with KCC but were second having scored four goals less than coach Abdallah Mubiru’s side. They’re now three adrift the defending champions who were not one of the three games lined up on the day. The SOANA, URA match was cancelled a few minutes to kick off while Bright Stars and Kira in Matugga was also abandoned after club chairmen meet and decided to postpone league action following a court injunction. The injunction, secured by Super sport’s partners Uganda Super League Ltd (USL), stopped rivals Azam TV, who signed a three-and-a-half-year broadcast deal with Fufa from televising topflight games.
SC Villa: Nicolas Ssebwato (G.K), Derrick Walulya, Isaac Muleme, Musa Docca, Fahad Kawooya, Hassan Waswa, Joseph Kayiira (Victor Emenayo 30’), Crizestom Ntambi, Hakim Magumba(Augustine Nsumba 85’), Ronald Muganga(Ivan Kiweewa 79’), Erisa Ssekisambu
Unused Subs: John Kalumba (G.K), Yesseri Waibi, James Mukumbya, Isaac Kirabira
Rwenshama: Timothy Mbago (G.K), Apollo Kakaire, Simon Ngodia, Fred Agandu, Farouk Kalinzi, Daniel Shabenah, Musa Kayondo (Shafik Kakeeto 66’), Geofrey Ssimbwa (Brian Mugisha71), Deogratious Ochola, Gaddafi Kiwanuka, Kenneth Tumusiime (Musa Nakibinge 33’)
Unused Subs: Baker Yunus (G.K) Sulaiman Makubuya, Rahsid Bukenya