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2021 Masaza Cup: Stalemates dominate match day three in Njeru

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Both Masaza Cup games in the Masengere group played on Thursday ended in Stalemates.

Kabula were held by Ssingo while Gomba shared spoils with 10-man Buluuli.

In the early game of the day, Brian Aniku headed Gomba ahead in the first half before Abdul Malik netted a free-kick with arguably the last kick of game to secure point for Buluuli.

Buluuli had to finish the game a man-less after Derrick Kaija was given his matching orders after a second bookable offense by referee Henry Musisi.

To the last game of the day, Kabula and Ssingo played out to a 2-all draw at the FUFA Technical Center, Njeru.

Valentino Odoi netted both goals for Kabula while Bright Adoa and Joseph Ssewali were on the scoresheet for Ssingo.

With just three minutes , Ssingo got ahead with Adoa’s sublime strike.

At almost half hour mark, Odoi leveled matters for Kabula with a great header past goalkeeper Francis Kasumba.

Few minutes later, Odoi put Kabula ahead, pouncing in a perfectly driven Rashid Mutebi cross.

Kabula would have had more in the opening half but Abdaraj Mwazinga and Martin Sseguya were wasteful.

At the start of the second half, Ssewali leveled parity for Ssingo to make it 2-all.

With the points shared, Both Ssingo and Kabula remaine the only two win-less teams in the Masengere group.

Ssingo has two points in two games while Kabula has one in three games.

The tournament will resume on Saturday with two games.

Buluuli will face Ssingo in the early kickoff while Kyadondo shall battle Kabula in the late kickoff.

Kamardin Shero
Senior sports Editor at The Touchline Sports | Am down to earth person with a great heart of always wanting to assist where possible.

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