Uganda Premier League (Tuesday Results)
- KCCA 1-1 Mbarara City
- Kirinya-Jinja S.S 2-0 Express
- Vipers 3-2 Bright Stars
- Soana – SC Villa Jogoo (Match postponed after flooded Kavumba ground)
KCCA Football Club dropped two crucial points during their one all home draw with league debutants Mbarara City at Lugogo on Tuesday.
Midfielder Muzamiru Mutyaba put the 12 time league winners ahead with a well converted penalty.
South Sudanese goal scoring import Maqueth Wol found the equalizer four minutes after the restart of the game in the second half.
Habibu Kavuma got cautioned by FIFA Referee Brian Miiro Nsubuga in the 51st minute.
Substitute Jackson Nunda had a second half goal disallowed, a moment that left many KCCA fans frustrated.
Mbarara City’s Clinton Kamugisha and Sam Kansiime were also booked for unsporting conduct in the 64th and 88th minutes respectively.
This was Mbarara City’s second successive one all draw in four days after their home stalemate with URA FC on Friday.
Mbarara City improved to 23 points and they are now in 12th position after 22 games.
KCCA drops to third with 40 points from 20 matches, following Vipers’ hard fought 3-2 home win against Bright Stars at St Mary’s Stadium in Kitende.
Team Line ups:
KCCA XI: Charles Lukwago (G.K), Habib Kavuma, Filbert Obenchan, Timothy Denis Awany (Captain), Isaac Kirabira, Muzamiru Mutyaba, Mustapha Kizza, Julius Poloto, Allan Okello, Derrick Paul Nsibambi, Paul Mucureezi
Subs: Jamil Maliyamungu (G.K), Paul Musamali, Lawrence Bukenya, Jackson Nunda, Peter Magambo, Steven Sserwadda, Patrick Kaddu
Manager: Mike Hilary Mutebi
Mbarara City XI: Ali Kimera (G.K), Zayidi Byekwaso, Jasper Byekwaso, Alishe Asuman, Hillary Mukundane, Pistis Barenge, Swalik Segujja, Owen Kasule, Maqueth Wol, Ibrahim Orit, Emmanuel Ibe Obinna
Subs: Muhammed Sekeba (G.K), Method Bassy, Siraje Musindo, Clinton Kamugisha, Brian Aheebwa, Sam Kansiime, Simon Ssenttumbwe
Head coach: Sam Kawalya
- Match Referee: Brian Miiro Nsubuga
- 1st Assistant Referee: Lee Okello
- 2nd Assistant Referee: Diana Murungi
- 4th Official: Deogratius Opio
- Fourth Official: Amin Bbosa