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Kaizer Chiefs picked a point away to AmaZulu

Kaizer Chiefs picked a point away to AmaZulu as the two get-togethers played to a 1-1 draw at Jonnson Rulers Park Field on Saturday.

Luvuyo Memela opened the scoring near the beginning of the following half in any case it was Veli Mothwa who made a man of the match execution on the day.

Keagan Dolly acted the legend as he shot his late discipline into the rear of the net critical into stoppage time.

The two social events had a lethargic beginning to the experience as there were no obvious goalscoring inside the hidden 10 minutes of the game.

Dolly was the offered an opportunity to score in any case he was incredibly denied by Mothwa after an impossible mix play that left the AmaZulu secure open by Chiefs.

Dolly just had the goalkeeper to beat now his endeavored hair twisting extra was parried again into play by the Bafana goalkeeper following 20 minutes.

Sandile Khumalo got a chance to score from inside the Amakhosi box after some helpless protecting yet his shot was saved by Daniel Akpeyi.

Chiefs kept on stacking the strain on Usuthu, and Bernard Parker ought to have scored as he got behind the AmaZulu protection following 36 minutes.

Notwithstanding, with just Mothwa to beat, the veteran midfielder neglect to score as he's denied from point clear reach.

Mothwa then, at that point, pulled off a third noteworthy save as he spilled Khama Billiat's shot endeavor the crossbar from fresh following 41 minutes.

The main half wrapped up with AmaZulu 0-0 Supervisors, and the home side had Mothwa to thank for the scoreline.

Scarcely a second into the following half, Memela got behind the Supervisors shield right-hand side, going before sliding the ball past Akpeyi to give AmaZulu the lead.

It stayed 1-0 to AmaZulu following an hour as they kept on dealing with the game well without giving Chiefs satisfactory room to shoot.

At this stage, Chiefs were playing pointlessly critical for a social event that was following and that fit AmaZulu who were essentially stressed over getting their lead.

The latest 15 minutes didn't pass on any firecrackers until the late show in the withering minutes of the game.

Substitute Lebogang Manyama's endeavored cross was verbalized to have hit Khumalo in the hand inside the crate at any rate when Directors pursued for a discipline, the ref didn't look enraptured.

The arbitrator would then change his a Second afterward, permitting Bosses a discipline which left AmaZulu mentor Benni McCarthy exasperated.

Truck then, at that point, pushed ahead and finished home the equalizer to guarantee a point for the Soweto goliaths.


AmaZulu XI: Mothwa, Malepe, Xoki, Gumede, Khumalo, Makhaula, Buchanan, Ceesay, Memele, Maduna, Ntuli

Substitutes: Boshoff, Mzava, Samkelo, Mlambo, Qalinge, Ekstein, de Jong, Mulenga, Mthembu

Kaizer Bosses XI: Akpeyi, Ngcobo, Dube, Mathoho, Frosler, Blom, Alexander, Nange, Truck, Parker, Billiat

Substitutes: Petersen, Cardoso, Mphahlele, Manyama, Baccus, Agay, Mabiliso, Mashiane, Radebe

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AmaZulu Bernard Parker Kaizer Chiefs Keagan Dolly Luvuyo Memela


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