Meanwhile BUL FC’s head coach, Alex Isabirye expressed displeasure over his team’s performance.
Bright Stars FC players celebrate their wining goal at the Kyabazinga stadium on Saturday.
Bright Stars FC defeated BUL FC with 1-0 at the Jinja
based Kyabazinga Stadium on Saturday.
Bright Stars’ goal was scored through a header from their defender,
Derrick Ngobi in the second minute of the game.
Although BUL FC attempted to overturn this result through
exhibiting more of attacking football in their opponents’ 18 yard box
throughout the second round of the game, Bright Stars contained these tactics and they managed to earn all the three points in the day’s game.
Bright Stars head coach Baker Mbowa says that he was
pleased with with the way his second choice team managed to win this away game against an equally competitive team.
“A total of seven starters on my first team were totally injured and didn’t
even feature on my bench, but I am so happy and thrilled about this win because
most of these players who took on this game today had taken long without engaging
in full time play, but they eventually delivered the victory home and made all
of us proud today,” he said.
Meanwhile BUL FC’s head coach, Alex Isabirye expressed
displeasure over his team’s performance. “We lost the game in the first round
after conceding an early goal which automatically awarded our opponents momentum to
outcompete us throughout the playing time,” he said.
Isabirye further argues that the mere fact that Bright
Stars’ goal keeper, Simon Tamale was today’s man of the match indicates that they relentlessly labored to create straight goal scoring opportunities but all
of them never materialized.