Monday December 27th, 2021
SC Villa 4-0 Tooro United
SC Villa registered their second successive win of the season following a 4-0 victory over Tooro United in a league game held at the FUFA Technical Centre in Njeru on Monday.
Salim Abdallah and Nicholas Kabonge handed the hosts a 2-0 advantage at halftime before a goal each from substitutes Benson Muhindo and Goffin Oyirwoth ensured that the Joggos picked maximum points on the day.
Playing at home, Villa started the better side and it did not take them ages to score, through Salim who put them ahead in the 9th minute, scoring from a rebound.
There on, Villa kept on pressing, lanched various attacks against a Poor Tooro United side that barely threatened.
At the stroke of half time, Kabonge doubled his side’s lead, tapping in home after collecting from a well delivered cross from youngster Oscar Mawa.
Villa, who were dorminant had chances to score more before half time but missed a couple. Isaac Ogwang headed wide off Kabonge’s well delivered corner, goal scorer Kabonge saw his efftort saved for a corner, Oscar Mawa saw his effort cleared off the lines.
At the restart of the second stanza, the hosts continued with their dorminance and kept on Knocking to score more.
Earlier, Oscar Mawa missed when in one on one with Tooro United goalkeeper Lukyamuzi Keneth before Ogwang saw his effort kiss the cross bar to go wide.
And with seven minutes to play, Muhindo converted from the spot to make it three after he was fouled in the area before another substitute Goffin put the icing on the cake in added time with the fourth on the day.
Victory ensured that Villa picked their fourth win of the season and move to the ninth position with 15 points collected from 12 games so far.
For Tooro United, they suffer their 11th loss of the season and remain rock bottom with only four points collected from 13 games.
Villa will be away to Bright Stars next week on Tuesday 4th, January 2022 while Tooro United will host Express FC on the same day at Buhinga Stadium in Fortportal Tourism City.
Martin Ssenkooto GK, Gavin Kizito, Kenneth Ssemakula, Gift Fred, Kafumbe Joseph, Mawa Oscar, Kakomo Amir, Salim Abdallah, Masereka Sadam, Isaac Ogwang, Kabonge Nicholas
Kibirige Meddi GK, Agandu Fred, Muhindo Benson, Iddi Abdulwahdi, Mutyaba Travis, Ali Bayo, Oyirwoth Goffin
Head Coach: Koukouras Petros
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Coach: Golola Edward
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