August 8, 2022

Pictorial: URA 1-1 Vipers

By Kiberu Sharif

StarTimes Uganda Premier League holders Vipers SC settled for a one all draw with URA on Friday at Namboole. Shafik Kagimu’s strike for URA in the 37th minute was canceled out by Daniel Muzeyi Sserunkuma in the 45th. Our resident photographer Philip Mugabi under the brand Mugabi Arts caught these moments from the game. Enjoy!

The captains Shafik Kagimu (2nd L) and Taddeo Lwanga (2nd R) pose for a photo moment with the match officials before kickoff
Daniel Muzeyi Sserunkuma gets away from URA’s Hudu Mulikyi, the former grabbed the equaliser for Vipers
URA players celebrate Kagimu’s goal and as the scorer thanks his maker in his trademark celebration style
The game also had its ugly side, referee Kaddu Ali seems to tell Vipers’ player to take it slow as a URA player lies down in pain
Vipers’ Geoffrey Wasswa (R) takes charge as URA’s Robert Mukongotya tries to close him down
From L-R: Geoffrey Wasswa, Daniel Muzeyi Sserunkuma, Moses Waiswa and Innocent Wafula exchange ideas after their equaliser
Vipers’ Innocent Wafula (30) faces URA’s keeper James Alitho, the former kept URA on their toes but they were always up for the challenge
Joachim Ojera (L) and Yayo Lutimba had a battled of their own throughout the game, had to tell who came out on top
The battle ended with a yellow card to Ojera from match official Ali Kaddu, looking on is Shafik Kagimu and Vipers Abraham Ndugwa
We told you it got dirty some times, Vipers’ skipper Tadeo Lwanga (L) is displaced by Hudu Mulikyi
The URA team pose for a team photo before the game kicked off at Namboole
Yeseri Wayibi (L) and Hudu Mulikyi (R) tightly mark Daniel Muzeyi Sserunkuma, but he still managed to escape and grab the equaliser
Vipers looked focused as they posed for a team photo moments before kickoff
URA’s Yeseri Wayibi closes down Vipers’ Innocent Wafula in the few moments the former was able to stop the former Gor Mahia midfielder
Geoffrey Wasswa (28) was as solid as a rock in Vipers defense just like Patrick Mbowa (5) in URA’s back line
Rahmat Ssefuka (12) kept Vipers midfield composed, URA’s Shafik Kagimu was another who also gave URA rhythm when they needed it
Tito Okello was another Vipers expected to rely on, he was closely monitored by the URA back line till Abraham Ndugwa replaced him in the second half

Fabian Mutombora (on ground) was always available when Vipers needed him to be, seen here as he stops URA’s Joachim Ojera

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