Uganda Cup – Round of 32
Kansai Plascon 1-2 Tooro United FC
Bishop SS Grounds, Mukono
Tooro United FC were forced to endure late pressure as they marched to the round of 16 in this year’s Uganda Cup.
Having started the better side, captain Michael Kawooya put the visitors ahead off a towering header.
It was soon 2-0 to Tooro with new signing Nicholas Kagaba getting his name on to the score-sheet.
However, Vipers Henry Kitegenya pulled a goal back for the hosts to ensure a tense finale.
Despite Kansai throwing all they could into the Tooro half, the Car Dealers would hold on to register a 2-1 victory.
Speaking after the game, Tooro captain Mike Kawooya noted that they will continue trying to win each and every game although none is easy.
“It was a difficult game away to a good team but that is what we expected, noted Kawooya.
“We know none of the games is gona come easy but we will try to win them all.
“Our target is to win as many so that we go far in the competition and also fend off relegation in the league.”
This is Tooro’s second successive victory having won their last game in the league (2-0 at home to Wakiso Giants FC).
The other games played on Tuesday
-Wakiso Giants FC 5-0 MYDA FC
-Proline FC 1(5) – 1(3) Admin