By: Gladys Zawedde
Faisal Muledhu scored an 85th minute winner to help BUL complete a double over Police FC after edging them 1-0 in the first round.
Kefa Kisala’s men looked better from the onset mounting consistent pressure and within 7 minutes , Hamis Tibita dribbled past Martin Mpuuga who fouled him in the 18 yards box leading to a spot kick which was well converted by Richard Wandyaka.
Police immediately launched an attack on restart with Arafat Galiwango and Ben Ocen bursting down the left lane before unleashing to Albert Mugisha who controlled and turned 270′ with a stinging shot past Hannington Ssebwalunyo who was off his line to equalise for the guests .
Douglas Owori who had earlier on created serious attacks came on the score sheet in the 14th minute after beating Martin Mpuga to deny Douglas Kisembo a chance to save his side.
On coming back from halftime Abdallah Mubiru’s men looked a better side and Ben Ocen managed to dribble past Yusuf Mukisa to find the back of the net past a helpless Ssebwalunyo.
The match seemed destined for a stalemate until the 85th minute when a well laid pass from Hamis Tibita fell in the path of Muledhu Faisal who flawlessly put it at the back of the net.
BUL FC’s coach Kefa Kisala congratulated his players upon this important victory that has helped to them cement their place in the top flight. He said,
“I am so happy my players have showed a fighting spirit up to the last minute we badly needed these points to widen the gap between us and the clubs fighting the relegation. its a deserved result to us.”
The victory has seen BUL move to the 8th position on 28 points as Police FC remains 7th on 29 points.