Vipers SC scored for fun to Obilterate Wakiso Giants in a one-sided eventful StarTimes Uganda Premier League game played at the St. Mary’s Stadium, Kitende.
Striker Yunus Sentamu scored a haul while Cesar Manzoki added a goal in a game that ended 5-0
Wakiso Giants were 3-0 down in the first 24 minutes and had a man sent off in the opening period.
Wakiso took a sign of relief when Milton Karisa’s header rattled the crossbar after a wonderful freekick by Anukani in the second minute.
But minutes later, Vipers went ahead, Sentamu pounced on a loose ball after poor defending by the Wakiso defenders to net his first of the game.
Vipers would have doubled their lead few minutes later but Manzoki put the ball out after a Sentamu header found him unmarked in the box.
Sentamu scored his second of the game in the 22nd minute after he was first to react onto Karisa’s effort that hit the upright. Sentamu’s calmly guided the ball into the back of the net.
Manzoki also got his name onto the scoresheet two minutes after as he headed past Samson Kirya following a Sentamu’s shot that was parried back into play by Kirya.
After the goal, George Kaddu was booked for discent by center referee Ronald Kirangwa.
Kaddu was then sent off by Kirangwa seven minutes afterwards after a harsh foul on Karisa.
Vipers would have been 4-0 up at the break but Kirya did brilliant to parry away a well taken Bobosi Byaruhanga’s freekick.
Wakiso Giants only effort on target fell to Titus Ssematimba but the creative midfielder had his effort acrobatically saved by Fabien Mutombora.
After a wonderful run by Aziz Kayondo, Vipers extended their lead at hour mark, Sentamu with his third of the game and the Venoms fourth.
Kayondo ran with the ball from almost the halfway line to tie up Sentamu.
Substitute Karim Watambala then missed from close range after another wonderful Kayondo cross.
Sentamu showed quality when he scored his fourth of the goal with a well taken strike into the back of the net. The forward received the ball from Bobosi to dribble past two of his markers and guide the ball into the right bottom corner in the 69th minute.
Vipers would have had more but the game ended 5-0
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