Bamweyana: Wakiso Giants deserved higher than a draw in opposition to Vipers SC
The Purple Sharks’ tactician was unimpressed with the end result of the end result in opposition to the defending champions as they continue to be winless
Wakiso Giants coach Douglas Bamweyana has admitted he was left gutted after the staff secured a 1-1 draw in opposition to Vipers SC in a Ugandan Premier League (UPL) match performed on Saturday.
Viane Ssekajugo, enjoying his first recreation since February scored for the Purple Sharks within the second half to cancel out an early opener from Muhammad Shaban.
However regardless of selecting a draw in opposition to the UPL champions, Bamweyana was left dissatisfied with the end result however proud of the boys’ efficiency.
“I’m proud of the efficiency however very dissatisfied with the outcomes,” Bamweyana stated as quoted by the membership’s official web site. “We have been the higher staff on the day for my part and deserved greater than some extent.”
Bamweyana was additionally not impressed with refereeing selections throughout the match saying the Sharks have been unlucky with some calls within the afternoon.
“I believed we weren’t enjoying precisely as we must always have on such a degree of enjoying subject for my part, we have been in all probability like a overseas staff in some points and it’s very unlucky however we labored exhausting and deserved to win,” Bamweyana continued.
“We had two good penalty calls but it surely wasn’t meant to be, luck wasn’t on our facet from the officers. That stated, we created sufficient possibilities to win it however by no means took them away.”
On the staff’s efficiency from the three matches performed, the coach stated: “We’re dissatisfied with the returns to date whenever you have a look at our video games. Whenever you examine them with our output, we actually deserve higher.”
Throughout the match, Shaban nodded Disan Galiwango’s nook into the roof of the web to place the guests into the lead however that woke up the Sharks who began with Yasin Mugume, Ssekajugo, and debutant Pius Kaggwa in assault.
Twenty minutes into the second half, Bamweyana made a double change introducing Rahmat Ssenfuka for Ibrahim Kasule and Mugume for Karim Ndugwa. And 5 minutes later, Ssekajugo bought on the finish of a go from Lawrence Bukenya, raced on purpose, and shot into the roof of the web for the equaliser.
Kaggwa had what appeared like a real penalty enchantment turned down within the first half when he tumbled within the space below a problem from Azizi Kayondo.
The Purple Sharks will subsequent tackle Onduparaka FC in Arua on Tuesday because the seek for their first win of the season continues.
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