Cape Town Spurs suffered a 2-0 defeat to University of Pretoria FC in latest NFD fixture
By Firedadj | self meida writer
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Cape Town Spurs played away from home and suffered a 2-0 defeat to University of Pretoria FC.
Cape Town Spurs played their latest fixture in the GladAfrica Championship against University of Pretoria FC away from home, and unfortunately lost the match 2-0 to the home side. Cape Town Spurs suffered the defeat as Pretoria FC scored one goal in the first half of the match and a goal in the second half of the match, as Pretoria FC kept a clean sheet. The home side impressed as they picked up all three points at home which got them in the 12th position on the table as Spurs sit in the relegation zone second from last place spot.
University of Pretoria FC managed to score the opening goal of the match in the early 35th minute as they home side took the 1-0 lead in the match. Pretoria FC extended their lead in the second half when they found the back of the net in the late 87th minute as they lead 2-0. University of Pretoria FC won the match 2-0 in the end as Cape Town Spurs went home empty handed.
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