BUL surrender two goal lead to draw with Kitara

Kitara FC's goalkeeper, Ivan Akera, was Pilsner man of the match after making several saves resisting BUL players’ endevours to score many goals. (Photo: Moses Andama)

Relegation bound Kitara FC came from two goals down to snatch a draw against BUL FC at the Masindi Municipal Stadium today (Wednesday), May 12, 2021.

Joseph Semujju broke the deadlock from the spot in the 30th minutes and at the stroke of halftime he completed his brace in the 45th minutes, doubling the visitors lead.

Kitara FC came back a more composed and settled team in the second half and created several chances, two of which saw they pick an unlikely point. The goals were scored in the 76th minutes and 90th minutes.

Early in the second half, Musa Esenu though he had put the contest to bed but he was flagged off, moments after putting the ball in the back of the net.

Fifteen minutes to the end of the game, pacey Winger Patrick Kusemererwa pulled one back for the hosts before Edison Agondeze equalised late, from a penalty.

The draw means Kitara are now unbeaten in their last three home games.

Kitara FC’s goalkeeper, Ivan Akera, was Pilsner man of the match after making several saves resisting BUL players’ endevours to score many goals. Akera received man of the match award.

BUL are now winless in their last five away matches.

Kitara still occupies bottom spot with 10 points after winning just two games this campaign.

BUL moves to 10th with 27 points, level with Wakiso Giants FC and Onduparaka FC.

What next for both teams

Kitara will travel away to Wakiso Giants at the Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium on Saturday while BUL welcome on-form Bright Stars at the Kyabazinga Stadium Bugembe on the same day.

Kitara FC

Ivan Akera (GK), Yasin Mubiru, Philip Sempira, Doca Musa, Patrick Mugume, Pius Mbidde, Daniel Ekoyu, Peter Lomoro, Patrick Kusemererwa, Edson Agondeze, Zakayo Kizito.

BUL FC

Abdu Kimera (GK), Denis Okot, Frederick Kigozi, Kenneth Semakula, Walter Ochora, Godfrey Akol, Richard Wandyaka, Simon Peter Oketch, Robert Mukongotya, Anwar Ntege, Joseph Semujju.

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