University League: KIU 3-2 MUBS
MUBS unbeaten League record came to an end after the team went down 3-2 to KIU in a gripping clash at the St Joseph’s grounds.
KU was previously the only side to claim a result against MUBS with a 2-2 tie in the last match, but KU’s exploits were bettered by a heroic showing from the Maxwell outfit, which fought back from two goals down to clinch a draw.
Isaac Eshioke opened the scoring for KIU in the 18th minute, before Jesse Kajuba added the second and third goals for KIU in the 31st and 32nd minute.
But MUBS responded in the 51st minute after the break through Henry Wanyama’s free-kick which brought a lot of confidence to the MUBS side as they increased pressure on KIU. In the 58th minute MUBS Martin Bugembe netted in the second from the left hand wing which increased the confidence levels of MUBS thinking they conduct emulate what they had done to KU in the previous fixture.
KIU were a head in just 18 minutes. Isaac Eshioke had already bounced one for KIU after the defence faied to clear the ball.
Shaban Omara came close to responding with a shot that went over the bar
The second goal was always on the cards, and when Jesse Kajuba drilled a one-on-one wide, and made no mistake at the second time of asking, slotting home superbly from the edge of the box after MUBS had pounced on a terrible clearance from Juma Kinyiiri.
In just a minute after scoring the second Jesse Kajuba hit the last nail which sunk MUBS
Instead, within moments, it was 3-1. Henry Wanyama took a brilliant free-kick which redeemed the hopes of the team.
KIU was already rattled by the renewed endeavor of MUBS; MUBS struck another decisive blow just before the hour mark. Martin Bugembe’s cross from the left hand wing found its self in the net giving MUBS confidence of making another come back. MUBS pressed on hitting the cross bar and the only chance which would have given them a chance of a draw was dented by Henry Wanyama who headed the ball outside with keeper to beat.
“We conceded 3 useless goals which dented our chances of a come back” said Charles Ayiekoh. Though the played well we shall be complaining for the use of super league players in Fahad Muhammed and Walter Egang added Ayiekoh.
“More is still coming all those whom claim a good will taste our wrath after this emphatic win and playing as a unit as been our strong point for this win against MUBS” said KIU coach Bruno Kiyimba. We aren’t afraid of them accusing as of using the super league players them claim we shall answer all the queries if we are called in the committee added Kiyimba.