Charles Lwanga’s 86th minute header is what the 13 times Champions needed to restore parity on his first start for the club.

Express drew first blood at the death of halftime through Eric Kambale’s strike that flew past Skipper Charles Lukwago.

At the stroke of halftime, Eric Kambale tapped in Lwesibawa’s free kick to give Express the advantage going into the break.

10 minutes after restart, Juma Balinya and Kigozi Andrew replaced Anukani Bright and Keziron Kizito.

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In 59th minute, Aheebwa’s lob hit the cross bar as the visitors kept asking questions to Express.

Substitute Kigozi almost found the back of the net but his curler was saved by Muwanga on 67 minutes.

With a quarter an hour to play, Lukwago acrobatically saved Kambale’s strike to deny the hosts a chance to double their lead.

On 81 minutes, Kato Samuel replaced Moses Aliro who seemed to have some discomfort in his thigh muscle.