SINGIDA Fountain Gate were on Tuesday forced to a barren draw by visitors, Tanzania Prisons at Liti Stadium in Singida.
A highly contested encounter between the two sides saw the teams sharing points despite both showing promising attempts that would have lodged goals.
The draw tally for this season increased after Tuesday’s matches.
Other games that ended in draws include that of Mashujaa and Geita Gold who drew 0-0, Mtibwa vs Coastal Union ended in a 1-1 draw and Namungo vs Kinondoni Municipal Council also ended in a 1-1 stalemate.
Other than the number of draw tally lodged since the league commencement, Simba are the only side with two wins and thus commanding the league table.
They recorded a 4-2 win against Mtibwa Sugar and 2-0 against Dodoma Jiji.
Other than Simba lodging a huge goal tally in a game, Azam also lodge four goals in a single encounter against Tabora United.
on Tuesday’s football match was exciting, and fans gathered to cheer for their teams. One highlight was the battle between Singida’s Joash Onyango and Tanzania Prisons’ forward Samson Mbagula.
In just a minute after the kick-off, Mbagula found his way through Singida defenders but a timely tackle from Onyango stopped him.
After Onyango’s attempt, his teammate Dickson Ambundo thought he had scored, but the referee disallowed the goal for being offside. Ambundo had completed Vicent Kagoma’s set-piece.
Tanzania Prison made an attempt in the 22nd minute with Salum Kimenya’s powerful strike, but Singida’s goalkeeper, Benedict Haule, stood firm to stop the danger.