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Orlando Pirates were left behind as Golden Arrows won 3-0.

Orlando Pirates and Golden Arrows shared 43 points on the Dstv Premiership log, but after Golden Arrows won 3-0, they moved up to 46 points safe away from Pirates for now.


Lamontville Golden Arrows played their latest fixture in the Dstv Premiership against TS Galaxy at home, and got away with an incredible 3-0 win in the end. Golden Arrows who had the home ground advantage in the match, took out all the big guns as they served Galaxy with three stunning goals without conceding in the match. Golden Arrows got in the lead when Michael Gumede started the scoring spree, with Pule Mmodi and Ntsako Makhubela ending TS Galaxy with a high 3-0 scoreline. Golden Arrows won the match 3-0 in the end, as they left Orlando Pirates behind on 43 points as they claimed the third place spot with 46 points. Golden Arrows has played a total of 28 matches to date and Orlando Pirates are on 26 matches played, which gives Bucs the opportunity to still end up higher than the fourth place spot on the log.

Golden Arrows opened the scoring in the first half of the match when Michael Gumede scored the opening goal of the match in the 7th minute to lead at 1-0. Arrows managed to extend their lead not long after when Pule Mmodi found the back of the net in the 32nd minute of the match to lead at 2-0. In the second half of the match Golden Arrows added one more goal when Ntsako Makhubela scored his goal in the 61st minute to lead at 3-0 with an assist from Nduduzo Sibiya, who later on received a red card in the 89th minute. Golden Arrows won the match 3-0 at full-time as they are now three points ahead of Orlando Pirates on the log. Orlando Pirates will be following up on their outstanding matches after they dealt with the CAF Confederations Cup quarter finals second leg.

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