Tuesday, December 8
*Busoga 1-3 BUL
*KCCA 8-0 Onduparaka
*Myda 1-3 Police
*URA SC 0-0 Bright Stars
*Wakiso Giants 2-2 Kyetume
Wakiso Giants coach Douglas Bamweyana remains unconvinced after his side managed a second draw from as many games.
The Purple Sharks battled from two goals down to draw with visiting Kyetume in a league game played at Wakissha.
Goals from Baker Buyala and Sharif Ssaka put the Slaughters in a shocking two-nil lead inside the opening 15 minutes.
However, Ibrahim Kasule and Yasin Mugume scored one each before halftime to bring the hosts level.
The Purple Sharks failed to find the needed winner thereafter, to record another draw after sharing spoils in their league opener against Police.
“I thought we should be having six points at this time, in the first game, we never took keeper-to-beat chances, even today we should have got two more goals,” Bamweyana said after the game.
“We should be running away with all the points but we lacked the composure in front of the goal. We also got calls that never went our way, there was a penalty appeal that we could have benefited from but the official didn’t see it.
“We feel we deserve a lot more from the two games.”
Bamweyana says that his side never won second balls, were not covering the spaces and got bad situations at the start.
He added: “We were unfortunate on the day, the first goal had an element of offside, we gave away two easy goals that should not be happening and that is our let down today. We were the better team on the pitch.
“I am however very proud of the boys as they came back stronger and tried to control the game. We need to control games better right from the start, we can do much better and control games all through.”
What Next – Wakiso host Vipers this Saturday while Kyetume FC visit Busoga United in Njeru on Friday.
Wakiso Giants XI – Samson Kirya, Edward Satulo, Hassan Wasswa, Simon Namwanja, Geriga Atendele, Lawrence Bukenya, Hassan Ssenyonjo, Ibrahim Kasule, Amos Muwonge, Yasin Mugume, Karim Ndugwa
Kyetume FC XI – Joel Mutakubwa, Joshua Kigozi, Richard Matovu, Mujuzi Mustafa, Benon Tahomera, Isaac Kirabira, Steven Kabuye, Deo Isejja, Baker Buyala, Moses Feni, Sharif Saaka