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- Musa Esenu and youngster Owen Mukisa both on target
- This is BUL’s fourth consecutive win in Stanbic Uganda cup
- Next tie is against Proline FC this Friday
- Joseph Semujju misses a penalty
- BUL qualifies to quarter final on 4-2 goal aggregate
BUL Football Club secured a 1-2 victory at Kigezi Home Boyz FC this Tuesday evening at Kabale Municipal Stadium as the team continued with a winning form in the Stanbic Uganda Cup. This is the fourth victory in a row in this season’s competition.
Musa Esenu and youngster Owen Mukisa were all on target for Alex Isabirye’s side who turned in a merciless second-half performance to race into that sweet victory.
Jonathan Mutesa opened Kigezi Home Boyz scoring account with a header past BUL defenders towards the end of first half but Musa Esenu equalised to restore parity for the visitors just after the half time break. Esenu replaced Deogracious Ojok at half time.
Mukisa Owen, who had replaced Simon Peter Oketch thirty nine minutes into second half, scored a nice close header to give the soccer giants a deserved lead again just two minutes after his introduction.
Forward Joseph Ssemujju earlier on missed a penalty following a foul play on him in the forbidden area by Henry Mugoya.
This was BUL FC’s Uganda cup fourth win this season and second away from home. The team has now won all the four games in the competition so far.
Their next Uganda Cup engagement will be away to Proline FC on Friday May 28, at Mtn Omondi Stadium in Kampala City.
BUL FC Starting XI Against Kigezi Home Boyz FC
Sanon Mulabi, Denis Okot Oola, Fredson Gwoto, Walter Ochora, Musa Walangalira, Ramadan Dudu, Richard Wandyaka, Ibrahim Mugulusi, Joseph Ssemujju, Simon Peter Oketch, Deogracious Ojok,
Davis Mutebi (GK), Godfrey Akol, Kenneth Ssemakula, Musa Esenu, Thomas Kabbale, Robert Mukongotya and Owen Mukisa