Tuesday FSL results
KCC FC 2 – 1Vipers SC
Kira Young FC 1- 1 SCVU
Masaka FC 2 – 1 BUL FC
CRO FC 1 – 1 Express FC
Police FC 1 – 1 SC Villa
SC Victoria University moved to second place in the FUFA Super League log when they played to a 1-1 draw against Kiira Young at the Namboole stadium on Tuesday evening.
Kiira came into game from a back of an emphatic 0-0 draw against SC Vipers last week. Haruna Kebba’s boys showed little respect for SCVU, taking the match to the visitors.
Substitute Muwadda Mawejje scored in the 81st minute to give for SCVU a lead after receiving a ball from Noah Semakula who later passed to Muleme and then Muwadda who looked to be in an offside position resulting to the Kiira players charging at the lines man for the referee’s decision to allow the goal.
Kiira Young equalized 5 minute to stoppage time when Baker Lukwoya put in a perfect corner kick from the left for Nduala Moses to net in for the home team.
The match opened up with both teams looking for a winning goal. Kiira caught SCVU on counter attacks on numerous occasions but their finishing let them down.
Elsewhere, Hussein Kato recorded a strong statement at Masaka Recreation Stadium as he faced his former pay masters with a goal for Bul though it could not salvage the Jinja based team the valuable three points lest a draw.
Masaka won the game through Andy Kiwewa’s winner that had followed an unfortnate own goal from Bul’s William Otongo.
Ronald Nyanzi and Henry Baganza were on the score sheet for Police f.c and SC Villa respectively at Kavumba as the two sides played to a 1 all draw.