Karim Ndugwa was the first to net a goal for BUL FC in the 49th minute, Richard Wandyaka increased the tally when he scored the second goal in the 63rd minute whereas Frank Kalanda sealed off the win with a header in the 77the minute of the game.
"A draw is not bad for us while away from home and we believe it will help us to create winning chances during our upcoming home game against Tooro United FC," Bright Star's interim head coach Simon Peter Mugerwa said.
Uganda’s lone goal was scored through a penalty by team captain Fauzia Najjemba in the 73rd minute of the game. With the current result, Uganda maintains the first position of the tournament’s table standings, followed by fellow title contender, Ethiopia.
When Tanzania scored the equalizer it was cancelled on grounds that one of the players was offside. The players first attacked one of the assistant referees whom they accused of frustrating their scoring chances.