Busujju head coach Frank Mulindwa was impressed by his side’s performance that saw them register their first point in this year’s Airtel Masaza Cup.
Busujju and Kyaggwe shared spoils following a one-all stalemate at the FUFA Technical Centre in Njeru on Friday.
According to Mulindwa, Friday’s draw is the reason why Busujju still has a shot at reaching the quarterfinals of this year’s tournament because a loss would knock them out.
“It’s a good thing that we registered a point today because we needed a result in this game,” Mulindwa said after the game.
“We are still in the competition because of this point, without it we would be out,” he added.
“We shall build on it to ensure that we secure the remaining six points to make it out of the group because it is still open,” Mulindwa further said.
Brian Omirambe scored a late equaliser for Busujju to cancel out Hussein Senoga’s early strike for Kyaggwe.
This was Busujju’s first point in this year’s Masaza Cup competition from two games played; they are now fourth on Bulange group table.
They will play Buwekula in their next game on Sunday, January 3, in a must-win encounter if they are to stand any chance of making it out of the group.