Kitara FC promotional specialist Richard Makumbi recovered from a two goal deficit to grab maximum points on home grounds.
Joel Gerald gave the visitors a two-goal lead at a certain stage in the game. Later, Richard Enjama and Edison Agondeze scored two goals to level the matters. And in the last minute, Patrick Mugume scored the gasp winner.
Makumbi, filled with joy, praised his team for the remarkable comeback in the game that gave no hope at a certain point. He attributed the performance to good work ethics as well as self-belief.
“I thank my players for the fighting spirit and never giving up. At some stage, we were two goals down. I told them, we are home and can even score four goals. We managed to score three and win the game. We shall improve game after game since we had late preparations,” Makumbi said.
In other games, Malaya Youth Development Association defeated visiting Ndeje University 3-2. Two other former UPL teams, Nyamityobora and Proline ended in a goalless draw in a Barbara.
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