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BUL 1(6)-1(5) KCCA

Pajule Lions 1-0 Pakwach Young Stars

Herbert Achai and Peter Magambo saw their penalties crash the cross bar as KCCA lost out to BUL in the Stanbic Uganda Cup quarter finals at Njeru.

The closely contested affair ended 1-1 after 120 minutes despite goals arriving early in the first half with Alex Kitaata and Ettiene Katenga netting for BUL and KCCA respectively.

Kitaata opened the scores after six minutes but Katenga replied four minutes later.

There were few chances created in the 90 minutes with either side defending astutely although Katenga saw his goal bound effort blocked by Ronald Otti.

KCCA were aggrieved towards the end of the second half of extra time as referee Mashood Ssali waved off their penalty claims.

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First, Haruna Lukwago went down with Otti appearing to have tagged his shirt while Nicholas Mwere handled in the area moments later with the officials adjudging the arm to have been in natural opposition.

In the ensuing penalty shootout, Mustafa Mujuzi, Mustafa Kizza, Joel Sserunjogi, Filbert Obenchan, Emmanuel Loki, all scored for KCCA, with Herbert Achai and Peter Magambo both hitting the woodwork.

On the other hand, Ibrahim Kazindula, Ibrahim Mugulusi, Joel Mutakubwa, Ronald Otti, Walter Ochora, Pascal Ngobi all hit the back of the net while Jerome Kirya skied his spot-kick.

In the end, BUL prevailed 6-5 to join NEC and Pajule Lions who also won 1-0 against Pakwach Young Stars.

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Action will continue on Sunday with Vipers away to Kitara in the last quarter final.

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