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Review: Police resurgence continues with victory over Bright Stars

By Shafic Kiyaga

Police Football Club moved to 14th position on the log after picking up a narrow 1-0 away victory over Bright Stars at the Bombo Barracks stadium in Bombo.

Ben Ocen’s first half strike was enough to see Abdallah Mubiru’s charges pick up their second consecutive victory for the first time this season.

Police were not necessarily the better side inside the opening 20 minutes, as either side nullified each other pound for pound.

The nature of the pitch at times seemed to cost the team’s playing style, with Police who focus more on short intricate passes finding it hard to get the right rhythm.

When they got into their stride however, they were difficult to handle and to deal with. That was manifested in the 24th minute when defender Andrew Kaggwa handled in the area following a period of attacking pressure from the Cops.

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The referee pointed to the spot, and Ocen stepped up to bury home the resulting penalty to put the visitors into the lead.

Both teams came agonizingly close at either end of the pitch, but they could not capitalize on the openings they created, as half time came with the Cops in the lead.

With an hour played, Police coach Abdallah Mubiru made his first change, withdrawing Johnson Odong who seemed to carry a minor injury for Hood Kaweesa.

Kaweesa almost made an instant impact after coming on, but the striker was too wasteful squandering two probable goal scoring chances.

With 20 minutes of the game to play, the hosts racked up their attacking play and piling more pressure on Police’s goal, but still could not find a way through.

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Bright stars coach Paul Kiwanuka who was taking charge of his first game at the club introduced Brian Kayanja and Alfred Onek, as his side went in search of a leveller.

The cops were not ready to relinquish their advantage, defender Henry Katongole commanding the backline well, while goalkeeper Davis Mugabi twice came to the rescue when the Cop wall was breached.

In the end, Police held on to move 14th on the log, with 11 points, one above Bright Stars who slip down into fifteenth.

Bright Stars now return to the drawing table and will need to dig deeper ahead of the league’s second round. Police, on the other hand, do have a game against Proline to come and could end the first round as high as 11th if results elsewhere go their way.

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