KSPG missed a chance of narrowing the gap with table leaders Dream following their 2-2 stalemate in the national Futsal League at the International futsal courts on Thursday night.
Intelligent midfielder Kaliisa Jamir scored the first goal of the game to put Dream in the lead.
Minutes later Sekyemba Sadiq brought the match at level for KSPG with a cool finish.
With a few minutes to the end of first half, Mike Mutyaba restored Dream’s lead to ensure they go for recess in the driving seat.
In the Second half, KSPG piled alot of pressure onto Dream’s goal and their efforts finally paid off with a few minutes to play when Ssesanga Haruna levelled matters.
With less than two minutes to end the match, Mike Muytaba missed from a penatly to deny his side a win after a deliberate handball by a KSPG defender and a straight red card.
The result took Dream to 44points on top from 17games played while KSPG are in second place on 40points from 17games played.
In the other matches played on the night,
Yeak Kabowa 2-5 Typhoons
Kabowa United 5-5 Elephants
Park 5-2 Riham
Yap Stars 4-5 Bajim