Express hit 30 point mark with stalemate against Wakiso Giants

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Allan Kayiwa netted a 72nd minute penalty to cancel out Sharif Kimbowa’s solo effort to win a valuable point for Express FC and ultimately help them consolidate their place in the top 10.

They move to 30 points, a guarantee that they are at least assured of top flight football for next season.

Following a somewhat dull first 45 minutes, the second period at Wankulukuku provided some moments to write home about.

It was the visitors who drew first blood thanks to a sharif Kimbowa effort when he was sent through by the sharp eyed Marvin Nyanzi.

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Kimbowa outpaced Joseph Dhata to slot home a clean finish in the 66th minute.

6 minutes later, winger Joseph Akandwanaho dribbled past a sea of legs of Wakiso Giants defenders and he got brought down by Apollo Kagogwe.

Referee Asadu Semere was in proximity and pointed to the spot.

Talisman Allan Kayiwa picked the ball up and sent the ball past Bashir Sekagya to level the affairs.

Moments earlier, Kimbowa and Hassan Senyonjo had wasted a glorious opportunity to extend Wakiso’s lead.

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The point earned pushes Wakiso Giants to 31 points and helps them consolidate 7th place.

The two sides return to action on Maay 3rd with Express FC visiting Arua Hill as Wakiso Giants host BUL FC at Kabaka Kyabaggu stadium

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