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Mubiru disappointed with Police FC's performance

By Shafik Ssenoga

Added 3rd February 2020 07:18 PM

Mubiru was speaking after his side twice came from behind to salvage a point against SC Villa in an entertaining game at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo.

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Mubiru was speaking after his side twice came from behind to salvage a point against SC Villa in an entertaining game at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo.

 Kabonge celebrates scoring a goal against Police FC. PHOTOS: Johnson Were

FOOTBALL

StarTimes Uganda Premier League.

Result

Police 2 SC Villa 2

Tuesday

At 4pm

KCCA v Maroons

Despite putting up a good display, Police coach Abdullah Mubiru was unhappy that his side did not walk away with three points against SC Villa on Monday in the Uganda Premier League

Mubiru was speaking after his side twice came from behind to salvage a point against SC Villa in an entertaining game at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo.

 Kabonge celebrates scoring a goal against Police FC

“I was disappointed by the result. We deserved to win the match since we created a lot of chances. We lacked a killer instinct. My players were not serious when they reached in the final third despite good build-up play," Mubiru said.

 Nicholas Mutanda works the ball during the game against Police

 Villa captain Harisheh shields the ball from a Police FC player

“I call upon referees to improve their officiation. A case in point is Villa’s second goal by Nicholas Kabonge who was was coming from an offside position. So I request them to be fair to both sides. In the first round, still against Villa, we scored and the same assistant referee (Isa Masembe) denied us a goal after two Villa players collided with each other," he added.

Villa who had a good run in their previous games, started the game with urgency and the trick paid off with an early goal for Bashir Mutanda who headed in Derrick Ndahiro's free kick in the 16th minute.

Police equalised in the 44th minute through Samson Kigozi before Villa took the lead few seconds after Kabonge shot past Police goalkeeper Davis Mutebi from outside the box.

 




 

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