Sadat Anaku and Muwadda Mawejje scored the targets that ensured the Lugogo-based golf equipment shared the factors in a league contest
Kampala Capital Metropolis Authority fought again to select up a degree from a 1-1 draw in opposition to Police FC in a Premier League sport at Omondi Stadium in Lugogo on Friday.
Muwadda Mawejje had put Police forward early within the first half earlier than Sadat Anaku struck halfway by means of the second-half to make sure the match resulted in a draw.
Police took the lead within the 13th minute when Mawejje managed to fireside previous Charles Lukwago.
The Kasasiro Boys trailed till the half-time break regardless of various clear probabilities that got here their approach after conceding the opener.
Notably, Charles Lwanga, who is popping out to be a key participant within the KCCA crew, made his approach into Police’s penalty space however his ultimate shot was cleared by the opponents to disclaim the guests a probability to equalise within the 37th minute.
The Cops have been compelled to make a change within the 44th minute as Henry Kiseka got here on within the place of Brian Mululi.
One other change for the Abdalla Mubiru aspect got here within the early moments of the second half as Mawejje was changed by Ben Ocen, who lately returned from an damage.
Anaku scored within the 72nd minute, with an help from Samuel Kato, to make sure KCCA prevented a defeat and compelled the 2 Kampala sides to share the factors ultimately.
Mubiru made a late change as he introduced on Frank Tumwesigye instead of Johnson Odongo.
In an try and sharpen his frontline, coach Mike Mutebi changed Lwanga within the 76th minute with Brian Aheebwa however the Cops remained agency to the tip.
The sport became a extra bodily showdown and Tonny Kiwalazi of Police was yellow-carded, as was, Derrick Ochan earlier than three minutes have been added.
The draw means the 2 Premier League sides have drawn for the seventh time as Police’s seek for the primary win over KCCA in a decade continues.
The 13-time Premier League champions have now moved to the fourth place with 27 factors whereas Mubiru’s boys are fifth with 25 factors.
KCCA can be up for a reasonably powerful outing on condition that they may play Vipers SC on Wednesday whereas Police, then again, will face Specific FC on Tuesday.
KCCA FC Beginning XI: Charles Lukwago, Samuel Kato, Peter Magambo, Herbert Achai, Ashraf Mugume, Moses Aliro, Present Ali, Vivid Anukani, Samson Kigozi, Charles Lwanga, Sadat Anaku.
Police FC Beginning XI: Derrick Ochan, Hassan Muhamud, Henry Katongole, Yusuf Ssozi, Johnson Odongo, Duncan Ssenindex Muwadda Mawejje, Brian Muruli, Tony Mawejje, Tony Kiwalaze, Ruben Kimera.