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Ten-Man BUL Dump Out SC Villa

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Ten-Man BUL Dump Out SC Villa. photo/ BUL FC website

BUL FC progressed to the semifinals of this year’s Stanbic Uganda Cup after eliminating SC Villa on Monday.

Despite playing close to an hour with a man less, BUL FC showed composure and character to bundle out SC Villa 2-1 after extra time.

Amir Kakoma (L) against Ibrahim Mugulusi (R) in action during the match. photo/ FUFA Media

Normal time ended in a one-all draw but BUL found the winner in the second half of extra time to secure a berth into the last four.

Saddam Masereka gave SC Villa the lead but goals from Karim Ndugwa and Ibrahim Nsimbe guided BUL to victory.

In the 19th minute, the fast winger dribbled past BUL defenders but instead shot direct at goalkeeper Emma Kalyowa at the near post.

However, he made amends five minutes later when his powerful strike beat the goalkeeper to go into the back of the net.

SC Villa was forced into making an early change with Joseph Kafumbe sustaining an injury in the 27th minute and was replaced by Umar Lutalo.

Benson Muhindo had the chance to double the lead for the Jogoos but he failed to tap home from close range with an empty goal at his mercy.

The hosts would have doubled their lead at the stroke of halftime, but Saddam Juma skewed the penalty wide after Maseruka had been fouled in the area by Ivan Wani.

After resumption, BUL FC came back in better shape and troubled SC Villa getting close to scoring their second goal.

BUL FC was reduced to ten men in the 68th minute when combative midfielder Kasonko was sent off for a second bookable offence on Maseruka.

Even with a man down, the Jinja based side kept mounting pressure and Ibrahim Nsimbe got two chances in quick succession but blasted both over.

In search of a winner, SC Villa coach introduced Nicholas Kabonge and Salim Abdallah for Fred Agandu and Amir Kakomo respectively.

BUL forced the game into extra time where they eventually won with a late goal from Nsimbe.

The Jinja based outfit now joins Vipers SC and Booma FC in the last four with the final slot to be determined in the other quarterfinal fixture between Mbarara City FC vs Mbale Heroes to be played on Wednesday at Kakyeka Stadium.

Bul FC has been one of the most improved teams in the Uganda Super League as well this season.

They have overcome the odds to show prowess in reaching the last four of the Stanbic Uganda cup.

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