Sports Club Villa Jogoo 0-0 Maroons
Prisons run Maroons held Sports Club Villa Jogoo to a goal-less draw at the Masaka Recreational Stadium on Saturday evening.
It was an open game with end to end goal scoring opportunities.
SC Villa Jogoo was thwarted by former servant Ashadu Bugembe who denied goal scoring chances.
Maroons Richard Ayiko was cautioned by FIFA Referee Aisha Ssemambo in 49th minute for unsporting conduct.
SC Villa Jogoo had two players booked; Martin Kizza and Henry Katongole in the 64th and 67th minutes respectively.
This was SC Villa’s 5th draw of the season which reduced their leadership to four points as the Jogoos have now amassed 33 points.
SC Villa is 4 points off second placed KCCA, whom they face on Thursday, 15th February 2018 at the Star Times Stadium, Lugogo.
Maroons thus registered their 10th draw of the season which improves them to 22 points, 6th on the 16 team log.
The Prisons side next game will be at their Luzira home against Masavu.
SC Villa Jogoo assistant coach Paul Mutakabala attributed the goal-less home draw to uncoordinated play.
“We did not play as a unit. We failed to create goal scoring opportunities as well. We have to re-organize the house quickly ahead of the KCCA game this Thursday” Mutakabala told Kawowo Sports in an interview.
The Jogoos remain unbeaten at home since transferring from Nakivubo stadium in 2016.
- Center Referee: Aisha Ssemambo Nabiiko
- 1st Assistant Referee: Mark Ssonko
- 2nd Assistant Referee: Issa Masembe
- Fourth Official: Shamira Nabadda
Match Assessor: Ali Waiswa
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