Kefa Kisala’s Uganda People’s Defence Forces Football Club at home edged a Abdullah Mubiru’s Police FC at the Bombo Military Playground, a side that has been in great form and top of the League at some point. This game came at a time when both these teams are going to break off up to February next year to allow Uganda prepare for the forthcoming CHAN tournament in Cameroon.
Into the game, UPDF just came with a strategy to not allow Police FC to play its free flowing football through players like Sam Kintu, Hussein Zungu and Ibrahim Wammanah hence not also giving them a chance at any point on their goal. Ruben Kabuye scored the only goal of the game, tapping from close range after Ikara had spilled Brian Kayanja’s initial effort.
In the derby, Express FC for the first time in six meetings beat SC Villa with a goal that was scored by George Ssenkaba in the 47th minute in the second half against his former employers. The Jogoos beat the Red Eagles last season both home and away. But Express FC had last won a game against Villa in 2017 through a Allan Kyambadde goal to salvage all points.
was the first game this season that Express did not concede in a game and this win takes them to 5th with 8 points from four games while SC Villa drop to 7th with 7 points with five games.
While MYDA and Mbarara City share the spoils in a six goal thriller at the King George IV stadium in Tororo as Bashir Mutanda scored a late goal in added minutes to earn the visitors a point. The first goal of the game was put in the back of the net in the 25th minute by Makuweth Wol who looked so vibrant on the day as the game was leveled by Ojik in the Second half 65’ . Just after two minutes, the South Sudanese Wol scored his second to make it a brace but his Joy was short lived as the home led through Ojik again and Nsimbe who struck in the 90th minute for the winner not until Mutanda saved the day for the Ankole Lions.
Out of four games MYDA has no leading to the fans calling for the club officals to sack Musafiri Samadu the team head coach while on the other side Mbarara City without their head coach Brian Ssenyondo who is on National duty with the U-17 team in Rwanda have picked up only three points in five games under Meddie Kisekka.
And at the Kavumba Recreation Ground, Onduparaka secured their second win of the season against a winless Kitara side through a Gabriel Matata brace 74’ 77’ and Living Kabon strike 60’ to open up the scoring while on the other side it was the usual suspect Brian Muluuli who scored their consolation in the last minutes of the game and it was a penalty.
Match day 5 winds down with a double
header at the FUFA Technical Center, Njeru
on Sunday, 20th December 2020.
Kyetume hosts BUL in the early kick off at
12 PM and Busoga United shall entertain
the reigning champions Vipers.