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Late Drama As Dolly Secures Soweto Derby Win For Chiefs

Keagan Dolly stowed a support in his first Soweto derby as Kaizer Chiefs crushed Orlando Pirates 2-1 at FNB Stadium on Saturday evening. 

DStv Premiership 

Result: Kaizer Chiefs 2-1 Orlando Pirates 

Date: 06 November 2021 

Venue: FNB Stadium 

Chiefs made just one authorized change, as Sibusiso Mabiliso replaced the harmed Sifiso Hlanti while Pirates made three adjustments, as Thabang Monare and Ntsako Makhubela were reviewed close by an initial beginning for Kwame Peprah. 

Amakhosi got an opportunity to go on in the fourteenth moment with a free-kick on the edge of the case after Khama Billiat was cut down going clear on objective from a counter-assault however Billiat twisted his work directly over the bar. 

The Buccaneers were taking the game to Chiefs, hoping to disrupt their guard with the speed and versatility of Peprah and they were tracking down openings however they didn't have the final details. 

The sides were offsetting each other in midfield in the end period of the principal refrain however Fortune Makaringe had an opportunity of a lifetime to break the stop for Pirates on the stroke of half-time with a free header inside the case from Makhubela's cross that missed barely wide. 

Stuart Baxter's charges jumped on progress four minutes in as Thulani Hlatshwayo played an exorbitant back pass that sent Billiat clear on objective and the Zimbabwean arrangement Dolly, who twisted a low strike into the base corner. 

Chiefs kept on engrossing the strain, with Pirates frantic for the equalizer and having the assaulting energy yet they couldn't cut out clear openings. 

The Buccaneers made a triple assaulting change as of now, as Terrence Dzvukamanja supplanted Abel Mabaso, Bandile Shandu came on for Deon Hotto and Tshegofatso Mabasa supplanted Peprah. 

Billiat had a once in a lifetime opportunity to twofold the lead for Chiefs as of now subsequent to beating the offside snare to go clear on objective however his endeavored chip was parried away from objective by shot-plug Siyabonga Mpontshane and Hlatshwayo made the last leeway. 

Privateers at long last grabbed the equalizer as of now after shot-plug Daniel Akpeyi bobbled a header by Dzvukamanja and Linda Mntambo discharged the bounce back into the top corner from short proximity. 

There was show in stoppage time after Chiefs were granted a punishment after Olisa Ndah cut down Billiat inside the case with a following hand from an elevated test and Dolly moved forward to crush his spot-kick on some unacceptable side of Mpontshane to take Amakhosi up to fifth on the log.

Here's how they lined up:

Chiefs: 43. Akpeyi, 4. Cardoso, 3. Mathoho, 26. Mabiliso, 45. Blom, 27. Njabulo Ngcobo, 24. Nange, 17. Alexander, 25. Parker, 10. Dolly, 11. Billiat

Subs: 1. Petersen, 2. Mphahlele, 5. Agay, 39. Frosler, 7. Kambole, 29. Dube, 12. Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, 33. Radebe, 14. Sekgota

Pirates: 40. Mpontshane, 14. Hlatshwayo, 49. Ndah, 44. Mabaso, 29. Mako, 16. Monare, 15. Makaringe, 11. Hotto, 28. Makhubela, 32. Mntambo, 46. Peprah.

Subs: 30. Sandilands, 45. Mngonyama,27. Dzvukamanja, 26. Shandu, 19.Sam, 18. Dlamini, 12. Makgaka, 9. Mabasa, 8. Ndlovu

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