Tuesday, March 26
Tooro United 1-0 BUL FC
(Betway Muteesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku)
BUL FC Coach Peter Onen has said that his side was the better team in a 1-0 loss against Tooro United in a league game played on Tuesday.
Allan Kayiwa gave Tooro United an early lead, firing a loose ball in the eighth minute, and the visitors could not recover.
“The better team had to lose because we did not score,” said Onen after the game. “We played good but just failed to put the ball at the back of the net.”
“Its a game which we wanted to win, but unfortunately we didn’t get a result we deserved. We outplayed them especially in the second half.”
This was Tooro United’s first game at Wankulukuku after getting evicted from Buhinga Stadium in Fort Portal, Kabarole.
The loss left BUL FC in fifth place with 36 points from 24 league games. This was the club’s sixth loss of the season.
BUL FC have gone five away games without a win since edging SC Villa in early January at Namboole.
The victory sent Tooro United to sixth place, level on 36 points with BUL FC who have a superior goal difference.
Tooro are yet to lose a game since falling 4-3 to Ndejje University.
BUL FC will visit Ndejje before hosting Kirinya Jinja SS. Next for Tooro United are trips against Onduparaka and Maroons FC.