Match Day 3 of the 2021 Futsal Super League season marked the end of the first round of encounters after a remarkably enjoyable return of Futsal Action.
As at 15th May, a total 12 games have been concluded with an impressive collective 96 goals scored by all the teams, an average of 8 goals per game.
Big Talent Soccer Academy have scored more goals- 16, than any other side after round one.
With the Albert Nile group holding the toughest contention so far, the top two leaders Mengo Futsal Club and Big Talent Soccer Academy faced off only to lock horns at two all. Big Talent Soccer Academy took an early lead through Tumwesigye Farouk who was only returning to the court after missing their second game but his effort was equaled through a penalty by Mwebaza Lamech. Mengo later put their heads infront after a while through Maawiyah Abdullah but were just not about to run a way with another comeback.
Kaye Ronald brilliantly utilized a quick transition move started by his goalkeeper to take a swinger leveling matters at the closing minute of full time for both clubs to maintain the status quo at the summit of the group. Mengo Futsal Club and Big Talent Soccer Academy are among the only sides yet to yield after three games.
Aidenal SOSA closed off their first series of games with a resounding 8-5 victory over Kampala Junior Team. Forward Kavuma Marvin grabbed a haul(4 goals) with Kisoro Kenneth posting a brace to guide Aidenal to some light after two successive defeats in their opening fixtures.
Kampala Junior Team are the only team yet to pick a point after three games with the worst defensive record (22 goals conceded) sitting at the bottom of the Albert Nile group with less interest at everything.
Park Futsal Club who had failed to pick straight points from their first two games continued to pile up their misery on the court after melting down against Kabowa.
The Idd Babu skippered side highlighted their poor start to this season’s Futsal Super League with going down 3-0 just to try to flatter for a comeback with two successive strikes but Kabowa, inspired by a hatrick from Mugenyi Abdul Swabul quickly put the game to assurance winning 4-2. Park are the only side with points but yet to taste victory.
Kisenyi Futsal Club looked off color in the top of the table affair for the Victoria Nile group losing 2-1 against Synergy who after taking a lead via goals from Travis Mutyaba and Yasin Sabir didn’t have to sweat a lot to guard their lead even after Ssebuliba Umaru had pulled one back for Kisenyi to keep their interest alive. Synergy’s victory stretched their position at the log to 7 points, 3 ahead of Kisenyi. Synergy complete the only three sides yet to taste the humble pie after round one.
With some good winds now gathered in their joint sails, all teams shall seek for either consistence, betterment or redemption as they return to action for the second round of games in just under six days.