Premier Soccer League log standing after weekend games
By IzindabaZabantu | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 1543 views
This weekend we didn't have many games there were only four games, today Sunday 21 February 2021 Swallows managed to keep their unbeaten run with a 1-1 draw with Cape Town City which was also at home. Swallows failed to capitalize to go second as they score their fifty draws in a row. Swallows will surely rue these missed opportunities, had they converted these draws they will be topping the league right now.
Swallows took an early lead in the 13th minute when Sekgota buried a curler to the near post, but Cape Town City went for a hunt and it paid off on the 33rd minute after Thabo Nodada was fouled in the box. Mduduzi Mdantsane buried the penalty which was the last goal of the match. The second half was just boring as both teams remain cautiously to the very end.
Meanwhile, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila continues on their fine run with a third win in a row after defeating Stellenbosch FC 1-0. They remain on the 14th place but are now points level with Stellenbosch FC and almost out of trouble, at least for now.
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