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Kitara FC Defeats Gaddafi FC 2-1 in Uganda Premier League :: Uganda Radionetwork
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Kitara FC Defeats Gaddafi FC 2-1 in Uganda Premier League

Kitara's goals were scored by Living Kabon in the 60th minute, whereas, George Senkaaba sealed off their away win with a thrilling goal in the 75th, minute.
Kitara FC fans celebrate their away win against their hosts, Gaddafi FC.
Kitara FC has defeated Gaddafi FC 2-1, in the premier league match at Jinja City's Gaddafi Arena on Friday.

Both sides exhibited resilience, with matching ball possessions, where they equally created goal-scoring opportunities.

Gaddafi was the first to test their opponents' net, with a first-half goal from Thomas Ochungo in the 34th, minute of the game, making them a notch higher than their guests, however, their fortunes were overturned during the second half, with their two winning goals.

Kitara's goals were scored by Living Kabon in the 60th minute, whereas, George Senkaaba sealed off their away win with a thrilling goal in the 75th, minute.

Kitara's head coach, Brian Ssenyondo says that today's performance exhibited their club's readiness to face-off with any team in the league, whether at their home grounds or away.

Ssenyondo also notes that, during their past two wins, their club was always fond of scoring first, offering them the much-needed momentum to edge out their competitors, but today's experience of coming a goal down to win the game has revealed their resilience to awesomely compete in the country's top flight league.

Ssenyondo however, adds that their wins are often spiced up with the presence of fans, who present themselves in huge numbers to cheer their players without ceasing, which viably offers the newcomers the urge to win nonetheless.

Meanwhile, Gaddafi's assistant coach, Felix Kawoya says that the boys played their very best, but the guests were only lucky to match out with today's win.

Kawoya notes that they will use their one-week resting time to skill the team which will enable them to create viable chances of quickly scoring goals and defending their acquired wins throughout the playing time.

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