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UPDF Hold On To Beat Kitara

Saturday 24th April
-Bright Stars 0-0 URA
-Mbarara 2-1 SC Villa
-Police 6-1 MYDA
-BUL 0-1 Busoga
-UPDF 2-1 Kitara


Goals from Brian Kayanja and Charles Sebutinde gave UPDF a hard fought victory a spirited Kitara FC at Bombo.

Nathan Aloro scored for the visitors goal from the spot but they could not find a second to take a point from the game.

As early as the 3rd minute, goalkeeper Akera’s howler gifted UPDF the opener after he mishandled Brian Kayanja strike.

Midfielder Sebutinde doubled the hosts lead after another defensive mistake in the 36th Minutes.

Kitara got a rare sight at goal but Ayub Bogere header went over the bar as they pushed for a way back into the game.

Sebutinde had the chance to add another goal to his tally but his low strike was saved by Akera.

Halftime ended with the hosts enjoying a comfortable 2-0 lead.

Kitara came into second half looking like a new side and went all out for a goal.

Winger Patrick Kusemererwa caused problems from the right but his crosses could not .

Veteran Defender Doca Musa rose highest to head Oloro Nathan corner but his effort flew over.

Patrick Kusemererwa had an opportunity to net for the visitors but he mis-timed his volley.

On the hour mark, Oloro pulled one back for the visitors from the spot after Kusemererwa was brought down in the box by make-shift Right Back Seif Batte.

Kalumba had a decent opportunity to bury the game for UPDF but he missed a one on one with the goalkeeper who saved with his feet.

Victory sees UPDF move to 6th in the standings with 31 points while Kitara are rock bottom on 5 points in 20 matches.

What next for both teams

Both sides return to action on Tuesday as UPDF travels away to Busoga United while Kitara FC will host Kyetume in Masindi.

How both teams started

UPDF

Kibowa Eric, Seith Batte, Isa Mubiru, Vuni Bright Joseph, Bernard Muwanga, Ibrahim Wammanah, Charles Sebutinde, Kato Ivan, Ezekiel Katende, Kalumba Brian, Brian Kayanja

Kitara FC

Ivan Akera, Robert Lwebuga, Doca Musa, Patrick Kusemererwa, Oloro Nathan, Ayub Bogere, Philip Sempiri, Daniel Ekoyu, Pius Mbidde, Yubu Bogere.

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