SINAN RAJUB SENOGA
Sharps Shooting Stars 3-2 Miscellaneous FC
Ugandan midfielder Lawrence Ndugga scored his second goal for his new side Sharps Shooting Stars in the Botswana Premier League.
Ndugga netted at the stroke of halftime as Sharps Shooting Stars walked to a hard fought 3-2 victory against Miscellaneous FC in a match day 6 encounter on Wednesday night.
The former BUL FC and Kira Young offensive midfielder had scored the fastest goal in the league this term on his debut over the weekend in a 2-2 draw with Notwane FC.
The game against Miscellaneous FC almost commanded the same result had it not been an 89th minute winner by Emmanuel Nlu.
Miscellaneous’ Takunda Sadiki had missed a 7 minute penalty but made amends 10 minutes later to put his side in the lead.
Sharps Shooting Stars also had a bite on the cherry when they were handed a penalty in the 37th minute but Thaele Monageng saw his kick saved by the Miscellaneous goalkeeper.
Emmanuel Nlu made it 1-1 two minutes to the halftime break before Ndugga scored his on succession to spring Sharps in the lead.
Come into the second period, Bhekuyise Kunene leveled for Miscellaneous at the hour mark but Emmanuel Nlu separated the sides a minute to normal time.
Ndugga was withdrawn for Allen Ndodole in the 59th minute.
Sharps Shooting Stars are now 3rd on the table with 13 points, 1 behind leaders and Miguel Da Costa’s Juaneng Galaxy FC.
Elsewhere, Alfred Leku was handed his first start at Extension Gunners but fell to Security Systems by 2-1.
Ivan Ntege’s Township Rollers will take on Police XI today (Thursday) at the University of Bostwana Stadium.