Black Leopards took another step towards Absa Premiership security on Saturday, with a 3-1 win over Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila at the Bidvest Stadium.
With each of the three groups in the end of the season games having now played twice, Leopards have six focuses, Ajax have three, and TTM are on zero, their odds of advancement now most likely incredibly thin.
The long term old previous Leopards man would not celebrate, yet it was a cool completion past King Ndlovu, for the firsr objective Leopards had surrendered in the end of the season games.
Fortunate Nelukau's TTM side couldn't remain level until the break, losing focus from another Thutlwa corner, with Leopards focal safeguard Isaac Masia roaring a header into the rear of the net.
In the 90th moment TTM were just denied by the crossbar, Ndlovu sought a corner however couldn't get a definitive punch and an overhead dismiss from Tebogo Thangwane returned from the woodwork.
Panthers wrapped up the success in stoppage time as a cross from Themba Ndlovu was going in by Musonda, however there was likewise a major avoidance off Thungwane.
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