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StarTimes UPL: It ends in tears as Bul FC clear Kasasiro from Jinja City in a 2-0 win


KCCA FC succumbed to a third straight league defeat after just 6 games in the 2020/2021 season when they were beaten 2-1 by BUL FC at the Kyabazinga stadium in Jinja with Musa Esenu and Robert Mukonghotya scoring for the home side as Charles Lwanga netted his first for KCCA FC.

This is the first time Mike Mutebi’s coached KCCA FC lose three games in a row ever since his return to the club in 2016.

KCCA FC reject Musa Esenu, who also scored in their 3-0 drubbing of the Kasasiro Boys last season, put the hosts ahead in the 33rd minute of the game off an assist from Joseph Ssemujju as the Bul FC kept a first half lead.

Another player that beat KCCA FC last season, Robert Mukonghotya got on the mark off a freekick that beat goalkeeper Charles Lukwago just a few minutes in to the second half of the game for Bul FC to double their lead.

KCCA FC pilled some pressure on the home side which resulted in to a penalty when defender Walter Ochora was cautioned for a handball inside the 18-yard area.

Bul FC will have goalkeeper Abdul Kimera to thank as he stood tall to save Bryan Aheebwa’s penalty kick parrying it away into a corner kick as he kept his side into a comfortable 2-0 lead.

Charles Lwanga scored in the 89th minute of the game to pull a goal back, scoring his first goal for the club, but it came a bit late as it was just a consolation to the Kasasiro boys.

Bul FC now move to the eleventh position with 7 points after earning their second win of the season, while KCCA FC drop to 5th with 9 points.

KCCA will return to action on 17th February Wednesday evening with a trip to Express FC. Bul FC on the other end will take on Police FC on Tuesday 16th February.

SUPL Match day six results
Friday 12th February

Bul 2-1 KCCA FC – Kyabazinga stadium
Mbarara City 0-1 Wakiso Giants – Kakyeeka Stadium
Police FC 3-1 Kyetume – MTN Omondi Stadium
Onduparaka 1-1 Busoga United – Green light Stadium

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