SC Villa Coach Bisaso turned the magic on Vipers with massive second half performance (Courtesy Photo)

SC Villa break 14-match losing streak against Vipers as champions KCCA stretch lead at the top

Ayiswa Issa Saturday, 3 December 2016 - 10:15pm Sports

UPL Results:

Vipers SC 1-2 SC Villa

Bulfc1 0-3 Soana

Express 0-0 Sadolin Paints

KCCAFC 3-2 Proline

PoliceUg 3-1 JMC

SaintsFC 0-1 Onduparaka

SC Villa pulled off a coup after coming from a goal down in halftime to register three significant points at Nakivubo after return of the league from international break.

SC Villa who are fresh from Vietnam had gone fourteen games against Vipers without a win.

Shaffick Bisaso's side found themselves a goal down in first half, however, managed to reorganise and return in second half with genuine answers.

Derrick Nsibambi celebrates his goal with Mutyaba who clinched the winner (Courtesy Photo)

Ambrose Kirya and Tadeo Lwanga cancelled out Vipers early lead see their team keep the chase on KCCA who managed to defeat Proline in a thrilling derby at Phillip Omondi Stadium.

Sserunkuma Geoffrey, Derick Nsibambi and Muzamil Mutyaba were on the scoresheet for the champions.

Matia Lule was welcomed to the league with a barren draw against Sadolin Paints at Wankulukuku.

Sam Ssimbwa continues his good run with Soana, registering three an unanswered goals against Bul.

The league's best player Shaban Muhammad won his side their first away from home with a solitary goal against Saints at Bombo.

Police without Sam Timbe hit JMC three goals with the away team picking a consolation.

 

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