FSL 21: Match Day 4 Report

The drama continued to unfold and the intensity got higher as we kick started another round of the 2021 Futsal Super League.

Bruhan Ismail’s Mengo Futsal Club curtain raised Match Day 1 of the second round with yet another resounding performance.

The Stomers, inspired by a hatrick from Mayanja Saidi made light work of Aidenal SOSA who had held on tight at one all by Halftime. However, they soon broke lose to swallow four in the second half for Mengo to register a double over them this season.

Park Futsal Club seem to be redeemed as said by their captain Iddi Babu during the post Match interview.

Park Futsal Club Skipper Iddi Babu

“This win means a lot to us, we had a bad start to the league for a side of our standards but this is our redemption. We are back”- Park Futsal Club Skipper Babu stated.

Park put up a solid show to sweep Kisenyi 6-1 through a hatrick from Junior Abbas and a brace by Kalyango Sam now making it their first straight win on the road. They now moved second on the log 5 points adrift current table leaders – Synergy.

Big Talent Soccer Academy CEO Eddy Kenzo(Right) in attendance at the Old Kampala Futsal Court

Mohammad Ssembatya’s Big Talent Soccer Academy survived a scare, rallying from behind to salvage a point against bottom placed Kampala Junior Team who had lost all three of their opening games to the season. A contributing brace from Billy Akata had put KJT ahead but their early party got spoilt by a resilient Big Talent Soccer Academy who pulled level at closure with a brace from Kaye Ronald in the graced presence of their proprietary Eddy Kenzo.

Big Talent Soccer Academy and Mengo Futsal Club maintained the status quo in the Albert Nile group with the later leading the race by 2 points whilst KJT keeping their bottom position 2 points behind third placed Aidenal Sosa.

Red-hot Synergy made it three straight victories on the spin with a deserved but hard earned win over Yeak Kabowa. A brilliant second half showing by their reliable duo of Yasin Sabir and Travis Mutyaba made-cemented their victory in the final quarter with a brace and goal respectively.

Synergy’s Forward Travis Mutyaba dribbles past his marker

Synergy and Mengo remain the only teams yet to taste the humble pie both having gathered 10 points in four outings so far.

Match Day 4 also witnessed a shift in Top goal scorer charts with Kampala Junior Team’s Billy Nkata, Big Talent Soccer Academy’s Farouk Tumwesigye and Yeak Kabowa’s Abdul Swabur Mugenyi all knotted at seven goals a piece.

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