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Kaizer Chiefs Hand SSU first DStv Prem loss: Check How They Played

Anthony Akumu Agay got his initial beginning of the period as Chiefs invited back Sifiso Hlanti from suspension while United went for Thamsanqa Gabuza and Ghampani Lungu in assault. 

Chiefs got an opportunity to go ahead of the pack nearer to the halfway moment that an inclining pass from Keagan Dolly chose Bernard Parker, whose first-time gave drew a save from Ronwen Williams. 

At the opposite end, SuperSport likewise passed up the front foot after a low depiction by Lungu off a scramble in the space ricochet barely past the objective of Daniel Akpeyi. 

Bosses started to lead the pack contrary to the rules when Parker ran onto a ball in behind by Dolly in added time to fire under the arms of Williams. 

And supersport united couldn't equilise chiefs because chiefs had great great defence held by mathoho.As he kept doing a great thing on defence so that more goals are not scored. As you can see in the picture below of how mathoho was holing the defence tight enough.

Nonetheless, it didn't keep going long as SuperSport evened out after Gabuza rose onto Sipho Mbule's cross to head into the furthest corner. 

The Amakhosi recovered the lead when the subsequent half began when Parker ran onto a free pass to continue and beat Williams with another short proximity finish. As you can see in the picture below when parker gave williams another shot.

Similarly as the underlying forward leap, Matsatsantsa searched for a prompt reaction with a shot from range by Teboho Mokoena however he missed objective. 

A physical issue following the most recent 12 minutes saw Parker eliminated and Kearyn Baccus gave an uncommon appearance, while Luke Fleurs approached draw United level with a progression of headers. 

Bosses should've stowed a third objective somewhat recently before time, yet Phathutshedzo Nange pummeled a ball across the space wide as Parker's two objectives were sufficient to get the crown jewels on the day.

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Anthony Akumu Agay DStv Kaizer Chiefs Parker Ronwen Williams.

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