Myda FC impressed with a 1-0 win against Kyetume FC away from home in the Uganda Premier league.
Myda played their latest fixture in the Uganda Premier league against Kyetume away from home, and managed to impress with a stunning 1-0 win in the end. Myda did not have it easy to win the match as the home side Kyetume were very competitive in the first half of the match, when they managed to hold the visitors Myda to a 0-0 first half draw. Myda eventually broke the deadlock in the second half of the match when Paul Musamali manned up and scored the winning goal of the match. Myda FC won the match with a single goal as they also picked up a clean sheet in the match. Myda's win has managed to get them in the 15th position on the table as they moved out of the last place spot as Kitara moves down. Kyetume luckily are still above Myda on the table in 14th, but unfortunately both of the clubs are in the relegation zone.
Myda FC opened the scoring in the second half of the match when Paul Musamali scored the opening goal of the match in the 70th minute after a 0-0 first half draw to lead at 1-0. Myda FC held onto their lead and won the match 1-0 in the end. Myda needed the points in the Uganda Premier league as they have only managed to pick up their 6th point after the win.
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