The Crimson Eagles recovered ater two matches with out a win to say victory at Lugogo whereas the Purple Sharks picked up an important draw away
Categorical FC ended their run of two matches with out victory after they secured a 1-Zero away win in opposition to Police FC in a Ugandan Premier League match performed at Omondi Stadium in Lugogo on Tuesday.
The Crimson Eagles went into the match having failed to attain in two straight matches, which had seen them lose 1-Zero in opposition to UPDF FC away after which draw 0-Zero in opposition to Kyetume FC at residence.
Ahead Erick Kambale rose the very best after a poor clearance by Police defenders to nod the one purpose on the day residence with eight minutes to go, and hand them a win of their last match of the primary spherical.
The primary half had little to put in writing residence about with a lot of it being performed throughout a heavy downpour, each groups struggling to place collectively a string of passes and keep possession.
The enjoying floor at Omondi Stadium had a couple of spots that have been waterlogged making it not possible to have any rhythm.
After the recess, Wasswa Bbosa’s costs got here all out principally utilizing the flanks, with Godfrey Lwesibawa and Charles Musiige, however Police goalkeeper Derrick Ochan at all times got here by to maintain the hosts within the sport.
With eight minutes left, it seemed just like the Crimson Eagles have been dropping factors as soon as extra however Kambale had different concepts, the 20-year-old rose highest to go the ball into the again of the online following a defensive mistake, sending the visiting facet’s followers into wild celebrations.
The win took the Crimson Eagles to second place on the 16-team go online 32 factors, two forward of defending champions Vipers SC and one behind desk leaders URA FC.
In one other match, Wakiso Giants snatched a 0-Zero draw in opposition to UPDF Bombo Navy Stadium.
The highest-tier will proceed on Tuesday with KCCA FC set to tackle Vipers at St Marys Kitende whereas Onduparaka FC will come up in opposition to URA.
The matches will come up hours after the Federation of Uganda Soccer Affiliation sanctioned KCCA and Onduparaka FC and ordered them to play their subsequent residence matches with out followers for violating Article 10 of the Fufa Covid-19 laws after they allowed their followers to enter matches with out carrying masks.