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Vipers beat Busoga United to stay on top

By Shafik Ssenoga, Bruno Mugooda

Added 2nd November 2019 11:15 PM

The coach Abbey Kikomeko substituting two of most creative players David Bagole and Boban Zirintuusa and in second half, this gave the visitors an opportunity to Byaruhanga to score the winning goal



Results   Star Times Uganda Premier League                                             

 Busoga UTD 0-1 Vipers 

Wakiso Giants 0-3 Express 

Maroons 2 -1 Police 

Bright Stars 1-0 Onduparaka 

Vipers extended their unbeaten run following their 1-0 victory over home side Busoga United FC in a Star times Uganda premier league held at the Mighty Arena play ground in Jinja today evening. 

Bobos Byaruhanga struck home the winner deep in an injury time as  Vipers moved to 27 points ,  BUL FC in second  place  with 23 points while Onduparaka  in third place with 19 points .

 The teams showed a lot of potential in first half with Fahad Bayo and Dan Sserunkuma being kept at bay on several occasions when Busoga United FC shot stopper Rogers Omedwa pulling off numerous saves.   

 Joel Madondo and Boban Zirintuusa are some of the Busoga's players who failed to find back of the net.   

Veteran right back Joseph Ssemwogerere kept Sserunkuuma at bay with numerous clearances.
The head coach Abbey Kikomeko substituting two of his most creative players in David Bagole and Boban Zirintuusa and in second half, this  gave  the visitors an opportunity in midfield as Byaruhanga fired a winning goal with a low shot from 12 yards ,  Busoga United ‘s backline had failed to clear the line .

Coach   Kefa Kisala got sacked as his side Wakiso Giants went down 3-0 to express at Kabaka Kyabaggu stadium in Wakiso.Disan Galiwango, Frank Kalanda and Frank Ssenyondo each had goal as Express managed to bounce back to their winning ways.                                    
  In Luzira, Steven Mukwaala scored a brace as Maroons came from a goal down to defeat Police 2-1 .Ben Ocen had earlier scored a consolation for Police. 

 At Njeru, Muhammad Kyeyune scored the only goal as Bright Stars picked their first victory as they beat Onduparaka 1-0 at FUFA Technical Centre.


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