Express FC head Coach Wasswa Bbosa is adamant forward Eric Kambale will not stop scoring anytime soon.
He made those remarks after Express beat Kyetume FC 3-2 in a league game played at the Nakisunga Ssaza grounds on Wednesday.
Kambale who has been in good scoring form lately, scored all three of the Red Eagles goals to move to 11 goals for the season.
The victory saw Express move to 49 points in the third place, two points adrift leaders URA FC who drew 1-1 with second placed Vipers SC on the same day..
Speaking after the game, Bbosa was quick to admit that it wasn’t an easy game even though they won.
“We have managed to win the game, but we planned for it. Bbosa said.
“Kyetume isn’t any easy side especially at their home but we go the job done.”
This was the fourth meeting between the two sides this season having also clashed at the round of 32 in the Uganda Cup.
Despite eliminating the Slaughters for the cup, the Red Eagles knew it would not be easy getting past a side that they had failed to beat in the first game in the league at Wankulukuku as both sides drew 0-0.
Kyetume who are also hoping to avoid relegation asked Express several questions especially in the early exchanges and it came as no surprise that they scored first.
On conceding first, Bbosa says they have always encouraged players to turn things around, just in case the situation arose.
“We talked to the boys about such situations where we concede the first goal.
“The encouragement we give them now days is that even if we concede first, we can come back and win the game. Our focus is now on the Saturday game.”
Express return to action on Saturday against UPDF FC at Wankulukuku.
The Red Eagles who are eyeing a first League crown since 2012 will once again hope Kambale, who has scored seven goals in his last five games, continues to find the back of the net.
Speaking about Kambale and his three goals against Kyetume, Bbosa noted that he thinks his forward will continue scoring.
“It’s good on my side for a player to score three goals and I think he is still scoring more because he is good player on the pitch.”
With seven games left to the end of the season, the Red Eagles need to continue winning their games and hope both Vipers and URA drop points at some point so as to win the title.