Rampant BUL FC whitewash Ndejje University to go second

SINAN RAJUB SENOGA

BUL FC 4-1 Ndejje University

In form BUL FC ran riot against new league entrants Ndejje University in a 5 goal thriller at Njeru technical center.

A match that thrilled with three penalties and a straight red card awarded saw the Jinja outfit under the tutelage of Peter Onen go second on the table with 13 points, one shy off leaders Vipers.

A brace from Daniel Shabena together with goals from Hamis Tibita and Deogracious Ojok ensured that BUL FC record their biggest win in 2 seasons.

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Crafty midfielder Shabena opened up the rout as early as the 13th minute before Tibita made it 2-0 after converting from the spot 10 minutes later.

Debutant Jamaldin Buchochera was withdrawn at the half hour mark after sustaining an injury and his place was taken by Farouk Banga.

Three minutes later, Shabena stretched the scoreline to ensure the home side got to the mandatory halftime break with a more comfortable lead.

Dickens Kilama gave Raymond Komakech’s troops a hope of a comeback when he converted a penalty a minute into the second period.

Youthful striker Deogracious Ojok made it 4-1 few minutes past the hour mark to claim his second goal of the season.

Ndejje University were reduced to 10 men following as Francis Onekalit was shown matching orders following dangerous play on Tibita in the 72nd minute.

Onekalit had came 10 minutes earlier on in the place of goal scorer Kilama.

The last 5 minutes of the game saw Ndejje University win another penalty but BUL FC custodian Hannington Ssebwalunyo was equal to the challenge to save it.

Ndejje skipper Ronald Odokonyero together with teammates Emmanuel Wasswa and Deboss Kalama were also cautioned for foul play while Richard Matovu was the only BUL FC player to see yellow.

FACT:

This is the 4th time BUL FC has scored more than 3 goals in a single league match in as many matches. They have previously achieved the feat against Lweza FC and Maroons in the 2015-16 and Sadolin Paints in the 2016-17 season.

Ndejje who sit 10th on the 16-team log with 6 points, will seek to make amends when they host Bright Stars on Tuesday 6th November at the Arena of Visions in Luwero. BUL will play hosts to URA on the same day.

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