Arua- At the green light stadium all seemed disappointing when Kirinya Jinja SSS made it difficult for the caterpillars in the first half and three quarters of the second half. With most attempts coming from the visiting team and the home side goal keeper incurring injuries after injuries, the atmosphere was negative for the Arua side.
Okhuti playing angrily as other players played like overwhelmed fellows. Any soccer viewer would conclude the Draw masters from Eastern Uganda would successful get their usual result of draw and go back to the source of the nile with one point worst case scenario sharing points with the green army as best case scenario would give them a win.
A second half substitution made by the Assistant coach Livinstone Mbabazi of introducing Toko and Owkir in different intervals acted a game changer but still goals weren’t coming, however a few seconds before ninety minutes clocked, Jagarson begins his usual unrelenting run from the left side of the pitch entering the opponent’s territory escalating much pressure as a result just in a blink of an eye Kabon Living ‘Messi’ got a pass from a team mate and made a memorable shot to the far right end of the post resulting into the only goal of the match.
Goal scorer Kabon Living in an interview with soccer 256 said, “He is happy, and he saw himself score the goal”
Elsewhere still in the Azam Uganda Premier League, The Saints beat another Jinja Side Bul Fc two goals to nil courtesy of Julius Maliyamungu.
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