At the Muteesa II Stadium in Wankulukuku earlier today, Soltilo Bright Stars lost to SC Villa 1-0 for their third straight loss in the Uganda Premier League. Sam Senyonjo’s missed opportunity in a one-on-one match with the goalkeeper was the most egregious of Soltilo’s missed opportunities to score goals despite having several chances to do so.
The head coach of the Soltilo Bright Stars, Asaph Mwebaze, expressed his dissatisfaction with his team’s inability to score, saying, “We created several chances but failed to score. In order to win games in football, goals must be scored”
He continued by thanking his players for their efforts and saying, “I am proud of my players. Sadly, despite their best efforts and hard work, we were unable to achieve the desired outcome. We’ll go back to the drawing board and work on our finishing. “.
Mwebaze remained upbeat when questioned about the team’s poor performance, saying, “We have had a tough run of fixtures, but we are a strong team, and I believe we can bounce back. We will work hard and get better, and I am confident that we will turn things around. “.
In the 72nd minute of the game, Charles Bbaale of SC Villa scored the game’s only goal. Although Soltilo made an effort, they were unable to get past SC Villa’s defense and seek an equalizer.
With just three points from three games after the loss, Soltilo drops to the tenth spot in the standings. On Friday, Soltilo will play Gadaffi FC in an effort to resume their winning ways, and Mwebaze will be hoping that his team can find its scoring touch and secure three points.