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Review: Proline hold off Maroons to pick up fourth win of the season

By Shafic Kiyaga

Bottom side Proline FC picked up their fourth win of the season after they defeated Maroons FC 3-2 in their StarTimes Uganda Premier League game played at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo on Tuesday.

Edrisa ‘Torres’ Lubega, Mustafa Mujjuzi and a late Hamis ‘Diego’ Kizza goal gave Proline the victory, while Steven Mukwala and Solomon Walusimbi scored Maroons’ two goals. 

The hosts came into the game desiring maximum points to keep alive their chances of survival, and as early as the third minute they were already threatening to break the deadlock. 

Bright Anukani’s clever lobbed pass caught out the Maroons defence, but midfielder Joseph Mandela failed to control well as the chance went begging. 

Proline stayed on the front foot, creating a couple of inroads, and in the sixth minute, they found the breakthrough. James Begisa’s long ball was pitch perfect to pick out Edrisa Lubega’s run in behind, with the striker making no mistake chipping over goalkeeper Hannington Ssebwalunyo. 

Maroons got into their stride, venturing forward for an equaliser and created a couple of openings but still, a breakthrough remained elusive. 

Leading topscorer Steven Mukwala had two chances to draw Maroons level, but he squandered his first opportunity before Proline’s goalkeeper Hassan Matovu saved the second effort. 

On the other end, Proline captain Noordin Bunjo also had another opportunity to double the hosts’ lead at the half hour, but his left foot shot was way over the bar. 

Five minutes later, Proline went 2-0 up. Lubega’s pace again beat Maroons defenders as his solo run put him through on goal. With only the keeper to beat, Ssebwalunyo brought him down inside the area, prompting the referee to point to the spot. 

Defender Mustafa Mujjuzi stepped up, sent Ssebwalunyo the wrong way as he buried the resulting penalty. 

From then on it was a long way back for the visitors, but they kept belief that, given their recent run of late comebacks. 

In the 57th minute, that was potentially on hand when Mukwala headed home Abraham Tusubira’s freekick, to bag his 10th goal of the campaign. 

With Maroons pushing for a second, and looking potent at grabbing one, Proline extended their advantage. Second half substitute Hamis ‘Diego’ Kizza tapped home from close range following a brilliant run by Hakim Kiwanuka who set up the striker. 

In the 85th minute, Solomon Walusimbi scored Maroons’ second on the day to set up a tense and nervous ending to the game. 

Proline held on to pick up their fourth win of the season, but they remain bottom of the log with eight points, six points off safety, from twelve games with three games in hand. Maroons remain seventh on the log with 19 points from 12 games. 

Proline XI: Hassan Matovu, Mustafa Mujuzi, Ibrahim Sendi, James Begisa, Richard Ajuna, Ibrahim Wamannah, Noordin Bunjo, Bright Anukani, Joseph Mandela, Hakim Kiwanuka, Edrisa ‘Torress’ Lubega

Maroons FC XI: Hannington Ssebwalunyo, Edward Kabona, Sylvester John Okello, Martin Mpuuga, Abraham Tusubira, Davis Mayanja, Ceasar Sahni Olega, Felix Okot, Steven Mukwala, Pius Obuya, Fred Amaku

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