Vipers SC forward Milton Karisa has expressed his delight after netting twice as his side registered a 3-1 win against Gaddafi FC on Wednesday.
Coming off a 2-0 loss against URA FC last weekend, the Venoms did just enough to pick maximum points in Jinja, thanks to Karisa’s double and one goal from Bright Anukani, who scored his first at the club.
Surely with his performance on the day, Karisa, being named the man of the match was inevitable
“It’s a good feeling ,back to the winning ways and I thank God for the two goals to help my team team. I just have to thank God for everything because without him we wouldn’t have won this game,” Karisa said after the game.
By him scoring a double, Karisa took his tally to three goals this season.
Up next for Vipers will be a home game against KCCA on Sunday 5th December at the St. Mary’s Stadium in Kitende.
Ahead of the clash, Karisa anticipates a tough challenge but is optimistic they will get the needed result.
“It’s going to be a tough game because KCCA is a very good team, we respect them but we are also a good side. We are going to fight for the win and we will keep fighting till the end.”
Victory against Gaddafi on Wednesday ensured that the Venoms returned to winning ways and are now second on the log with 16 points, six below current leaders KCCA FC.
Last Season as Vipers SC completed a double against KCCA FC to Lugogo, Karisa was on target and he will be looking forward to doing the same when the two sides meet on Sunday.
On Sunday, Vipers will have all eyes on maximum points in a bid to close up the gap between the two top teams.