Proline FC players reacting in disappointment following their barren Stalement against Bright Stars at the Champions Stadium in Mwelerwe

AUPL: Four Stir Express off the bottom, Proline fails to win again as Bul arrests Police in Jinja

AUPL: Four Stir Express off the bottom, Proline fails to win again as Bul arrests Police in Jinja

It was an evening of mixed feeling in the Azam Uganda premier league match day 21 on Tuesday.

At the Champions Stadium in Mwelerwe, Proline FC will have to wait a little longer for their first away win this season following their barren stalement in a game both sides had chances to score. No clear chance was created in the firstĀ  half as both sides defence kept the discpline. In the second half, Proline got a number of clear opportunities to break the deadlock through Sam Kintu, Ivan Bukenya, Iyasele Odili and Allan Egaku but the Bright Stars backline did well to deny them while Bright Stars had to clear chances with Joshua Kawadwa free header from a Katimbo Jimmy cross going inches over the bar and Farouk Banga Shot from long range punched by Saidi Keni into the corner. Jimmy Katimbo, Joshua Kawadwa and Banga Farouk came on for Sheif Batte, Kasozi Remex and Kisekka Mahad respectively while Iyasele Odili, Daniel Isiagi and Gift Ali came on for Ronald Musana, Ewuchie Dichimma and Sam Kintu respectively. The result took Bright Stars to 25points in 10th position from 20matches while Proline moved to 19points from 21matches in 15th position.

At Muteesa ll Stadium, Wankulukuku, Express FC got off the bottom after their 4-0 thrashing of Soana FC to give coach George “Best” Nsimbe a sound welcome. Zimula Jalil opened the scoring with Micheal Birungi who scored brace and Ayub Kisalita’s flick ensuring the Red Eagles boost their relegation survival chances. The win took the Red Eagles to 14th place on 19 points while Soana remained on 24points in 11th position.

At Kakindu Stadium in Jinja, Bul FC continued with winning ways following their 3-2 win over Police FC. Richard Wandyaka opened the scoring for the hosts in the 5th minute and two minutes later Albert Mugisa levelled matters. The hosts restored their lead in the 13th minute through Douglas Owori. In the second half, Norman Ogik brought the match at level with a goal in the 57th minute and with three minutes to stoppage time, teenage left back Faisal Muledhu won it for the home side to gift them with a second successive win. The result took Bul to 8th position on 28points tied with Police in 7th on 28points.

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