Wakiso and Bright Stars ended in a draw. Wakiso media photo
Sunday, Feburary 2
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Wakiso Giants and Bright Stars played a 1-1 draw in a StarTimes UPL game at Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium, Wakissha.
Andrew Kyambadde second half own goal denied Bright Stars maximum points who had taken an halftime lead through James Angu’s strike.
Angu broke the deadlock when he firing in after a well delivered pass from Ronald Ssempala in the box in the 43rd minute.
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Nine minutes into the second stanza, Gaddafi Wahab’s free kick was deflected in by Kyambadde (og) for the hosts’ equaliser.
Wakiso Giants have now won only one game in their last five in the league.
Livingston Mbabazi handed new signings from Onduparaka FC Gaddafi wahab, Faizul Ibrahim and Geriga Atendele home debuts.
Wakiso’s Hassan Ssenyonjo had his shot blocked by Enock Walusimbi while Geoffrey Sserunkuma hit the post as the hosts looked for a perfect start.
Bright Star’s goalkeeper Godwin Buule denied Wahab and Sserunkuma to keep the score level inside the opening minutes.
Alex Komakech could have won it late for Wakiso Giants when he received a low pass from Yasin Mugume but his shot went over the bar.
Bright Stars’ best chance saw Joseph Janjali miss a tap in from Andrew Kaggwa’s cross while Ronald Ssempala’s effort was cleared away by Derrick Emukule.
The Purple sharks after match-day 20, occupy ninth place on the table with 25 points and will be taking a visit to Tooro United next.
Paul Kiwanuka’s Stars drop to relegation zone with 20 points and will face Busoga United at Kavumba recreation center.
Wakiso Giants – Derrick Emukule (GK), Geriga Atendere, Alex Komakech, Swaib Mudde, Hassan Wasswa, Ibrahim Faizul, Gadaffi, Hassan Ssenyonjo (C), Tom Masiko, Viane Ssekajugo, Geofrey Sserunkuma
BrightStars:Edward kiwanuka(Gk), Andrew Kaggwa, Samuel Sekitto, Andrew Kyambadde, Enock Walusimbi, Sulaiman Ssebunza (C), Juma Ssebadduka, Jamil Kalisa, James Angu, Ronald Ssempala, Joseph Janjali