Yesseri Waibi’s own goal in mid first half ensured URA FC progress to the round of 16 in the Uganda Cup as BUL FC’s woes continue to haunt the team. The match was played in Lugazi.
URA FC exploded from the beginning but the strikers Labama Bokota, diagnosis http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-content/themes/divi-child/footer.php Hamis Kiiza and Peter Lwasa were toothless in front of goal.
In the 20th minute, nurse http://danielcalvo.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-automatic-updater.php Alabama interchanged swift passes with Kagimu and lifted over to Kyeyune for a brilliant curve into the net but his celebrations were cut shot by the first assistant who flagged him off.
Waibi had a chance to put the Jinja boys ahead minutes later with a ferocious long range freekick but Muwanga was equally able to maintain the scoreline. Oromchan Villa also missed a sitter with an empty net staring at the half hour and a his half Volley to ammed things was also punched off by the keeper.
Waibi succumbed to the tax collectors’ pressure when he headed inside his own goal with seven minutes left after miscommunication between him, sick http://cikza.com/wp-includes/nav-menu.php Bwete and Agandu.
URA FC XI: Muwanga Mathias, Julius Ntambi, Sam Sekitto, Allan Munaaba, Jimmy Kulaba, Saidi Kyeyune, Shafiq Kagimu, Julius Mutyaba, Alabama Bokota, Hamis Kiiza, Peter Lwasa
Subs: Cleo Setuuba, Harry Gentle, Dickson Kigongo, Robert Mukhongotya, Nicholas Kagaba, Ibe Obina, Ali Feni
BUL FC XI: Bwete Brian, Fred Agandu, Yesseri Waibi, Derrick Walulya, Asuman Alishe, Patrick Sembuya, Robert Achema, David Bagoole, Oromchan Villa, Godfrey Buni, Yunus Sibira.
Subs: Eric Dhaira, Hakim Magombe, Junior Mukisa, Amos Etoju, Shaka Ssozi, Isaac Sserunkuma, Titus Lubega.