Even though the Durban based side lost by one goal to nil to the Dstv Premiership Champions Mamelodi Sundowns, however, there were some funny moments including where Mothobi Mvala was humiliated by the former Kaizer Chiefs Football Club defender.
After a long wait, the Premier Soccer League finally returned on Friday afternoon. The first match was the Dstv Premiership runners-up taking on the champions.
As expected, none of the clubs were walking in the part but the Chloorkop based side managed to walk away with a victory.
Mamelodi Sundowns were awarded a penalty on the 44th minute of the game. Themba Zwane made no mistake and converted it, which was also the only goal of the game.
Philani Zulu who made his debut last week at the club, did show off his skills in the field. He left Mothobi Mvala scratched on the floor like a Chinese Karate Master.
Rulani Mokoena reacted to that, nearly fall with the chair. It was a funny moment for the fans especially.
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