URA FC forward Cromwell Rwothomio says it was a disappointing results, drawing away to Vipers SC on Wednesday.
Rwothomio who had missed URA’s last four games due to injury, scored on his return at Kitende but his side could not hang on as they conceded with five minutes to play and in the end to settle for a 1-1 draw.
The goal was Rwothomio’s 8th of a campaign that has seen him struggle with injuries, missing seven games.
Speaking to the club’s media, the former Paidha Black Angels striker noted that he was happy to be back and helping his side.
“I’m happy to be back and help my team.” Rwothomio told ura.co.ug.
Despite scoring on his return in the game against the Venoms, Rwothomio was left disappointed by the result.
“It was a disappointing evening because we wanted to win the game.
“It was a hard result to take but that’s the game of football.”
The draw saw URA remain top of the Uganda Premier League standings with 51 points, one ahead of second placed Vipers and two above Express FC who sit third.
Next up for URA is a home clash against Police FC on Saturday in Bombo, a game Rwothomio hopes his side will head into after recovering well.
“We now need to recover fast enough for another hard game against Police FC on Saturday.”
Rwothomio’s return is a big boost to the Sam Simbwa’s side as they seek to win a first league title since the 2010-2011 season.
Currently, URA is in pole position to win the title but they will know, so many twists and turns can happen in the last seven games of the season.