Uganda premier league
URA 3-1 Onduparaka
Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) football club staged a stunning comeback from a goal down to defeat Onduparaka at Mehta stadium, and http://darkfey-temple.org/wp-includes/default-constants.php Lugazi on Saturday.
URA overcome a resilient Onduparak side 3-1 to record their second win this season and bring relief to coach Kefa Kisala.
Muhammed Shaban gave the visitors an early lead in the 15th minute to send a fully packed Mehta stadium into a frenzy.
However, http://cnet-training.com/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/classes/em-permalinks.php URA regrouped and took charge of the proceedings in the middle of the pack with Hudu Mulikyi orchestrating the attacks in the midfield.
The hosts leveled matters through Peter Lwasa with six minutes to halftime with a calm finish and goalkeeper Richard Anyama had no chance.
After recess, http://cinemalogue.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-network-options.php Kefa Kisala introduced Feni Ali for Bokotá Labama but it was Ronald Kigongo who put URA ahead at the hour mark when he connected to Fred Okot’s cross to fire home.
Midfielder Shafik Kagimu put the game beyond reach scoring in the 82nd minute for URA to record their first win at home this season.
Kisala, the URA head coach attributed the win to team performance and belief within the players.
“Of course the pressure was immense but we came into the game focused,even when we went a goal down, the players kept believing and pushing for more,” he said.
URA starting XI
Richard Anyama, Gasper Adriko,Norman Saddam,Toha Rashid, Akram Kakembo,Ivan Mbowa,Gaddafi Gadinho,Gaddafi Wahab,Muhammed Shaban,Kabon Living
Onduparaka starting XI
Alionzi Nafian,Fred Okot, Sam Ssekito,Jimmy Kulaba,Fahad Kawooya,Oscar Agaba,Shafik Kagimu,Hudu Mulikyi,Bokota Labama ,Peter Lwasa,Ronald Kigongo