We were Desperate for a win – Arua Hill’s Borini

Arua Hill Assistant Coach Ahmad Borini admits they were desperate for the win after easing past Wakiso Giants.

The Kongolo surrendered their 2-1 to BUL after Simon Peter Oketch scored a late minute penalty to salvage a point for the visitors before a 3-1 loss to leaders Vipers.

Arua Hill however bounced back with a statement 4-2 win over Wakiso Giants at the Barifa Stadium to complete double against the purple sharks on Wednesday.

Rashid Kawawa with his first ever hatrick in his professional Career and a goal from Alfred Leku ensured the Kongolo return to winning ways.

Substitute Titus Ssematimba and Sam Senyonjo scored for visitors in the second half.

Speaking to the club media after the 4-2 win, Arua Hill Assistant Coach Ahmad Borini says it was a very vital win for them after two matches without a victory.

“The win is very important we were desperate for this win because we had played two games without getting the result, I think today getting a result is very important” admits a relieved Ahmad.

Ahmad couldn’t hide his excitement but he adds that they are now thinking about the next game away to UPDF at the Bombo Military Barracks Ground on Wednesday.

“We feel happy for the win infact, we have now forgotten about this game, we are thinking about the next game”.

Arua Hill moves to 5th on the table with 32 points after 19 matches.

“I think we want to keep that spirit, the fighting Spirit was okay, we are going to improve on few things to make sure that we get the maximum result in the next game”.



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