Azam Uganda Premier League
Lweza FC 0:0 SC Villa
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Both Sports Club Villa and Lweza Football Club have themselves to blame for failing to scoop maximum points in the Azam Uganda Premier League match played on Saturday evening at the Muteesa II Royal Stadium in Wankulukuku.
The two topflight giants played to a goalless draw.
SC Villa who seemed like the favorites on paper got multiple chances in the first half but were unable to see the back of the net.
The heat was turned up in the second half when hosts, http://companyimpact.com/joslondon/wp-includes/capabilities.php Lweza mounted three consecutive attacks that got Jogoos scared although none of them was successful.
Speaking to ChimpReports at the end of the game, Deo Serwadda, the SC Villa head coach attributed the performance to a striking lapse which he said is common in Ugandan football.
“We were wasteful. Our strikers failed to convert the many chances which we had in front of the goal,” Serwadda said adding that “It is a common problem in Uganda. We haven’t gotten a very good finisher and that’s why we are not seeing many goals.”
The former Kyambogo tactician also received criticism from Jogoo fans who didn’t seem happy about his team selection, most of whom claimed that the “poor selection” costed them two points.
The draw means SC Villa sinks to third position after KCCA and Vipers SC who lie in first and second respectively.
SC Villa lineup:
Ashadu Bugembe, Joseph Nsubuga, Waibi Yaseri, Kiyemba Ibrahim, Paul Mbowa, Tadeo Lwanga, Ambrose Kirya, Ayub Kisaliita, Umar Kasumba, Mike Serumaga, Tabu Vitalis
Subs: Yasin Mugabi, Henry Katongole, Denis Kamanzi, Martin Kizza,Abdul Etunidde, Fward Ndayisenge, Godfrey Lwesibara.
Lweza FC lineup.
Brian Bwete, Samuel Adibo, Fred Nteeta, Musa Dolla, Alshe Asuman, Paddy Muhumuza, Patrick Ssembuya, Moses Ndamula, Yasin Mugume, Karim Ndugwa, James Kasibante.
Subs: Julius Seguya, Sulaie Bagala, Swaib Mudde, Juma Bahinya, Owen Kasule, Rajab Kakooza, Hassan Kikoyo.