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Onduparaka Hold Express FC to a 1-1 Draw

Onduparaka FC failed to utilize the 11-10-man team chance in the last minutes of the second half after Express FC’s Enock Ssebagala received a Red Card in the 88th Minute of the game.
Onduparaka and Express FC players Tussling it out at Greenlight Stadium Tuesday Afternoon.

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Onduparaka FC has held Express FC to a one-all draw in the Uganda Premier League game played at Greenlight Stadium on Tuesday. Onduparaka FC sent its fans to an early celebration after Mohamad Shaban scored a goal in the seventh minute of the first half.

The visiting Express FC team made a spirited effort and managed to secure an equalizer in the 27th minute after Jimmy Lwesibawa curved a slow Pass into the net leading to a one-all draw. Onduparaka FC failed to utilize the 11-10-man team chance in the last minutes of the second half after Express FC’s Enock Ssebagala received a Red Card in the 88th minute of the game. 

George Lutaalo William, the Head Coach Onduparaka FC, said that although his team had chances of winning the game, they had to settle for the draw because their opponents maintained their stronghold throughout the game.

 

//Cue in: “Our game against Express…...

Cue out:….Have a good game on that day,”//

 

Waswa Bbosa, the head Coach of Express FC, said that his boys played well but will have to do much more in the next game to secure full victory.

 //Cue in: “Yes, we played well…..

Cue out:…ku game eddako,” //With eight games played so far, Express FC are now number six on the UPL table with

12 points while Onduparaka FC is 11th with 9 points. Onduparaka FC is expected to meet Wakiso Giants away in their next game next week.