Allan Kayiwa’s unanswered 7th minute strike helped Tooro United to edge BUL FC at the Muteesa II stadium Wankulukuku.
Kayiwa is the same man who scored the goal which gave Tooro United maximum points in the first round against BUL FC at Njeru technical center.
BUL FC will have their forwards to blame after their blunt display couldn’t trouble the Tooro defenders at any one time.
Wasswa Bbosa , Tooro United
” It has not been any easy game since we were playing a better side with good a tactician but collectiveness help us achieve all three points”.
Peter Onen BUL
” We knew this was a turning point for us but failed to utilise our opportunities despite outplaying the opponent”.
” Football is a funny game and whoever manages to put the ball at the back of the net becomes the winner so the best team lost because they failed to score.”
BUL FC completed the game with 10 men after Patrick Sembuya was sent off the pitch for a second bookable offence.
A win takes Tooro United 36 points same as BUL FC but remain 6th due to goal difference and Onen’s charges are 5th.
Both teams will be back in action on 6th- April as Tooro United will be playing Onduparaka FC at Green Light Stadium Arua BUL FC will be against relegation threatened Ndejje University at Arena of Visions.
Tooro United XI
Joel Mutakubwa, Musa Mukasa, Isa Mubiru, Mike Kawooya, Isa Lumu, Paddy Muhumuza, Steven Luswata, Allan Kayiwa, Steven Omvia, Simon Peter Sserunkuma, Godfrey Lwesibawa
Meddie Kibirige, Timothy Musinguzi, John Byamukama Toki, Davis Ssali, Baker Buyala, Willy Kavuma, Eddie Ruhweza
Hannington Ssebwalunyo, Umar Mukobe, Richard Matovu, Jimmy Kulaba, Musa Walangalira, Patrick Sembuya, Ezekiel Katende, Yunus Sibira, Jean Pierre Kambale Muhindo, Daniel Shabena, Richard Wandyaka
Wycliff Mori Manja, Hakim Magombe, Willis Otong, Joshua Lubwama, Charles Sebutinde, Vincent Pimundu, Fadiri Malijan