Bul FC have rallied from a goal down to pick a point at home against Police FC in a dramatic encounter played at the Kakindu stadium in Jinja on Saturday. The game ended with both sides on ten men.
The hosts who missed their dependable right back Umar Mukobe who was sent off last time out, here http://chios.ro/wp-content/plugins/ubermenu/admin/settings.menu-item.php suffered the consequences as early as the third minute when Rahmat Senfuuka opened the lead.
Ben Ocen picked the ball from his half and advanced to the left wing before over powering Paul Kisige who was the makeshift fightback.
Ocen passed over to Ssenyondo who calmed it down and set up an unmarked Senfuuka for a powerful shot.
Hamis Tibita levelled matters for Frank Anyau’s side just 45 seconds after marking his debut. He had replaced veteran striker Yuda Mugalu in the 46th minute.
Blaize Nkolo found himself in the wrong side of the referee after a 55th minute tackle on Ocen forced the official to hand him his second yellow and matching orders.
Ocen was not lucky either following a 78th minute wild play on Magombe that earned his second booking.
Bul FC: Emma Kalyowa, ampoule http://dcointl.com/wp-includes/ms-files.php Paul Kisige, hospital Junior Mukisa, Hakim Magombe, philip Sempiira, Derrick Walulya, Yunus Sibira, Blaize Nkolo, Militon Kalisa(Augustine Nsumba), Edgar Luzige(65′ Julius Malyangumu), Yuda Mugalu (47′ Hamis Tibita).
Police FC: Dennis Mutebi(GK), Joseph Ssentume (22′ Yassin Menyimba), Edward Nkume, Godfrey Kateregga, Yassin Mubiru, Ben Ocen, Kimera Takimuru, Rahmat Senfuuka, Peter Senyondo (72′ Anthony Bongole), Hood Kaweesa, Reuben Kimera