AZAM UGANDA PREMIER LEAGUE MATCHES-TUESDAY 14TH FEB, 2017
ONDUPARAKA 2-2 URA FC
PROLINE 0-1 POLICE
BUL 3-0 EXPRESS
West Nile product Oromchan Villa released by URA FC at the start of this year was on song with a brace for BUL FC who defeated Express FC at Kakindu stadium in Jinja.
BUL FC won 3-0 to move a place in the table standings but remain in the bottom three in the Azam Uganda Premier League.
Steven Luswata scored an own goal as BUL picked up maximum points.
FUFA player of the year Muhammad Shaban lived up to his billing as the best player of 2016 when he walked on to the Betway Green Light stadium with a mission to lead his club to victory but the Caterpillars could only get a point in a 2-2 draw. Onduparaka let URA recover from a 2-0 lead to share the spoils.
Shaban who was playing his first game in-front of his home fans after returning from the AFCON finals in Gabon, netted his team’s opening goal in the first half before defender Acram Kakembo got the second for the Arua based side.
Shaban has now gone to 10 goals in the league as he also scored against Proline in his team’s 3-1 defeat last Wednesday at the Philip Omondi stadium.
URA’s goals came in the final nine minutesof the game, one of them scored by Sam Sekitto in the 81st minute. Robert Mukongotya got the other for the tax payers.
At Lugogo, Police FC edged home side Proline 1-0 in the televised match (Azam TV). Both goalkeepers Kenyi Said (Proline) and Yasin Mugabi ( Police FC) saved penalties during the game. Police’s Hood Kaweesa missed the spot kick while Bayo Fahad for Proline.
Yasin Mugume scored the game’s solitary goal.