Cape Town Spurs out of relegation after 1-0 win against Pretoria Callies in NFD fixture
By Firedadj | self meida writer
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Cape Town Spurs won their latest fixture 1-0 against Pretoria Callies as trhy move out of the relegation zone.
Cape Town Spurs played their latest fixture in the GladAfrica Championship against Pretoria Callies away from home and won the match 1-0 at full-time. Cape Town Spurs win is all thanks to Ashley Cupido who scored the winning goal of the match in the early minutes of the second half of the match. Cape Town Spurs took all three points from the away match as they also impress by keeping a clean sheet in the match. Cape Town Spurs win and three points were much needed as the win has managed to get them out of that last place spot in the NFD log, and out of the relegation zone.
Cape Town Spurs is currently in 14th place spot on 13 points as Bizana Pondo Chiefs and Steenberg United sits in the relegation zone both on 12 points. Cape Town Spurs opened the scoring early in the second half of the match when Ashley Cupido scored Spurs in a 1-0 lead after a 0-0 first half draw. Cape Town Spurs won the match 1-0 in the end.
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