Sam Ssimbwa’s facet continued their dominance over their direct league rivals as they picked up a sixth straight win
Uganda Income Authority claimed a 2-1 Premier League win over Vipers SC on the Area of Visions Stadium in Bombo to go high of the desk on Saturday.
Shafik Kagimu and Steven Mukwala scored for the Tax Collectors earlier than Ceasar Manzoki discovered the again of the online for the Venoms late within the second half.
Bbosa Byaruhanga made the primary try on aim for Vipers within the seventh minute because the guests settled sooner than the Tax Collectors.
Joseph Dhata ensured URA weren’t getting an opener within the 10th minute when he reacted shortly to clear the ball from Mukwala’s toes.
Benjamin Nyakoojo virtually scored an personal aim within the 11tth minute as he tried to clear when Vipers’ Disan Galiwango delivered a strong and correct cross into their space.
A foul on Davis Ssali noticed Vipers’ Siraje Sentamu booked within the 16th minute of play. Thereafter, the Venoms noticed their penalty attraction rejected by referee Willaim Oloya within the 20th minute when Ashraf Mugume appeared to have dealt with the ball.
Ibrahim Orit was fouled within the 26th minute by Mukwala however the consequent free-kick didn’t hassle URA’s Hannington Ssebwalunyo. Yunus Sentamu and Hudu Mulikyi collided as they vied for an aerial ball and the previous was fortunate to proceed after he appeared just like the one who had been hit laborious.
The Premier League champions virtually broke the impasse within the 37th minute when Orit acquired cross from Byaruhanga however ended up heading extensive from goal-scoring likelihood.
Vipers’ goalkeeper Fabien Mutombora was referred to as to motion within the 39th minute when he parried away a free-kick by URA’s Ivan Sserubiri that was headed for the highest nook.
Kagimu scored the opener for URA within the 40th minute with a low drive to assist Ssimbwa’s males go into the half-time break with a slim lead.
After the break, Vipers’ Allan Kayiwa would have scored an equaliser within the 50th minute however his effort went out from shut vary.
Fred Kajoba made adjustments within the 51st minute when he changed Kayiwa and David Bagoole with Paul Mucureezi and Manzoki. Regardless of the adjustments, Vipers conceded the second aim within the 59th minute when Mukwala scored for the Tax Collectors.
Ssebwalunyo, with an excellent save, denied Byaruhanga from scoring for Vipers on the hour mark because the guests launched one assault after the opposite seeking objectives. Eight minutes later, Sentamu wasted one other likelihood that might have halved the deficit for the Kitende membership.
Kajoba made one other change within the 70th minute when Richard Basangwa got here on to switch Byaruhanga earlier than Ssebwalunyo saved URA from conceding within the 71st minute when he stopped Mucureezi’s fierce shot.
Manzoki scored for the hard-working Venoms within the 74th minute earlier than the groups broke for the second water break.
Basangwa was yellow-carded within the 88th minute for simulation when Vipers swarmed URA’s space seeking an equaliser.
Further minutes weren’t sufficient for Vipers to discover a aim that might have seen them choose up some extent away from residence.