UPL: Alitho, Lutalo Happy With Point Against Onduparaka

Featured Image: Action between URA and Onduparaka FC in Arua. Onduparaka photo

URA FC picked a vital point off resilient Onduparaka in one of the league games played on Tuesday.

The game played at GreenLight Stadium in Arua between hosts Onduparaka and URA ended goalless.

What they said:

URA FC Goalkeeper Alitho James

We didn’t want a draw but at least its a point earned. We played the second half well and we can build on that, we are still strong.

The battle ended goalless. URA FC photo

URA FC Assistant Coach George William Lutalo

It has been a good game, getting a point in such a situation when we are away, means that we tried our best. Onduparaka were good and are always a hard team to play.

We had a good display, but we lacked on scoring opportunities something we will work on come the next games.”

The draw means that URA has picked four points off Onduparaka overall in the league this season.

URA FC (white and blue) has picked four points off the Caterpillars. URA

URA won the reverse fixture in Namboole in December 3-1. Shafic Kagimu, Abel Eturude (Own goal) and Mathew Odong Tayo scored for URA while Viane Ssekajugo brought one back for Onduparaka.

The Tax collectors remain unbeaten against Onduparaka in Arua, all three meetings ending in draws – They drew 2-2 and 0-0 in 2017 and 2018 respectively.

URA who are yet to win in their last two games, remain in fifth with 29 points. This was their eleventh draw of the season.

Onduparaka who haven’t won a game in their last seven league games, moved to seventh with 27 points.

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