Maroons FC assistant coach Chemari James says they deserved the result following their victory against Kyetume in the FUFA Big League.
Maroons FC defeated Kyetume 3-2 at the Luzira Prisons ground on Sunday.
A brace from Fred Amaku gave the hosts a first half advantage before Abraham Tusubira scored the winning goal after Kyetume had rallied back.
Speaking after the game, Maroons FC assistant coach Chemari said both teams wanted the maximum points but the best team won.
“It was a good game against Kyetume, both teams were in for it, they wanted the game but the best team won and that is Maroons,” Chemari commented.
“We started the game and made the right substitutions and that’s how we won the game.”
Amaku scored a brace in the game to extend his tally to 6 goals.
He added: “Amaku is absolutely perfect, he knows what he wants and what he’s doing and so we are so grateful.”
Maroons have conceeded in 5 of the 7 games they have played, they have kept two cleansheets against Proline in 1-0 win and a goalless draw with Calvary to start the season.
“I won’t blame the Goalkeeper but we still have challenges marking set pieces because if you see all the goals we have conceeded are set pieces or penalties.”
The win left Maroons in the second place with 12 points in 7 matches after winning 3, drawing thrice and losing once.
Next on tbe agenda for Maroons FC is an away trip to 7th place Kitara FC at the Masindi Municipal Stadium and the coach says they will plan for it to see that they come out on top.
FUFA Big League Match Day 7 Results
Sunday 12th December
•Maroons 3-2 Kyetume
•Luweero United 2-0 Kitara
•Kataka 2-0 MYDA
•Ndejje University 2-2 Nyamityobora
•Calvary 2-1 Proline