Date: 28 November 2021
Fulltime: Swallows 1-3 Kaizer Chiefs
Venue: Dobsonville Stadium
Kearyn Baccus, Anthony Akumu, Khama Billiat Austin Dube, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, and Happy Mashiane cracked into the Chiefs first XI. Meanwhile, Kamohelo Mahlatsi, Khetukuthula Ndlovu and Thabo Matlaba, Tebogo Langerman came into the Swallows starting line-up.
Kaizer Chiefs started very well but they were finally rewarded for their relentless pressure as Keagan Dolly opens the scoring in the 43rd minute for his sixth goal of the season. And Billiat doubles Amakhosi’s lead with a sublime finish just before the half-time break giving Swallows an insurmountable task ahead of the second half.
Sealing all three points Chiefs make it 3-0 via Billiat who cut through the Swallows defense before slotting the ball past Jody February in the 53rd minute. Swallows captain Lebogang Mokoena leads by example by trying to bring back his team into the game by reducing the deficit with a good finish, beating Daniel Akpeyi in the 63rd minute. 3-1.
However, it end up being a consolation goal as the match ended 3-1
Here's how they started:
Swallows: 44. Langerman, 9. Mokoena, 33. Khupe, 21. 31. February, 27. Matlaba, 34. Sait, 36. Mohamme, Margeman, 10. Saleng, 3. Mahlatsi, 22. Ndlovu.
Subs: 11. Mbokoma, 42. Matlou, 28. Sasman, 17. Thela, 5. Letlabika, 12. Gamildien, 35. Makgalwa, 15. Nyatama, 24. Solomons
Chiefs: 4. Cardoso, 29. Dube, 5. Agay, 43. Akpeyi, 2. Mphahlele, 3. Mathoho, 6. Baccus, 11. Billiat, 10. Dolly 19. Mashiane, 25. Parker.
Subs: 30. Ngezana, 12. Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, 44. Bvuma, 21. Manyama, 36. Ntiya-Ntiya, 12. Radebe, 7. Kambole, 14. Sekgota.
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