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Onduparaka Holds Wakiso Giants to One All Draw

Despite dominating the first half, the home side failed to score until the 46 minutes with Living Kabon converted a pass into a goal. A minute later, Asan Waswa found the net for the visiting, which equalized the game.
Wakiso Giants Player struggling to get up after he was brought down with the ball by Onduparaka player at Green Light Stadium.

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Onduparaka FC have held Wakiso Giants to a 1-1 draw in their Uganda Premier League match played at green Light Stadium on Tuesday evening.

Despite dominating the first half, the home side failed to score until the 46 minutes with Living Kabon converted a pass into a goal. A minute later, Asan Waswa found net for the visiting, which equalized the game.

Onduparak lost a golden chance to secure victory over Wakiso giants when Kabon failed to convert a penalty kick and short directly into the hands of the goalkeeper. Both teams resorted to a defensive game until the final whistle was blown.

Viali Bainomugisha, the head Coach of Onduparaka FC said though they had many chances in the game, the players had problem of converting them into goals to secure victory.    // Cue in: “It was not the best.…   Cue out:…..just finishing,”// Kabon, who missed the penalty kick against Wakiso Giants, said it was not their day to win the match.        //Cue in: “We tried to manage…   Cue out:…just sorry for that,”//       Vianne Ssekajugo, the Captain Wakiso Giants and former Onduparaka striker, said they are disappointed with the draw at the Green light Stadium.      //Cue in: “It is a pleasure I came…     Cue out:…..start winning games,” //    

Onduparaka FC have drawn two games with Express FC and Wakiso Giants lost one game to KCCA and won one game against Maida in Tororo since the start of the Uganda Premier League this season.