The game got to an impasse after greatest time with the two sides having a go at one another, however nothing isolated the two groups, with the scoreline staying 0-0 after full-time.
It began with De Jong who was put on a through ball, yet Vincent Nyame saved from short proximity.
Later in the second half it was Phalane who missed only from fresh, from a set-piece.
Phalane and Teboho Potsane were a danger for AmaZulu somewhat recently of the main half.
In any case, it was Levy Mashiane who had the most obvious opportunity with regards to putting his side ahead in the 45th moment however his shot was obstructed by the always solid Makhehleni Makhaula.
It finished with Royal AM constraining their direction, yet the undaunted AmaZulu guard endured for an extremely long period.
Nyame remained between AmaZulu FC and their triumph, after two pivotal recoveries in the subsequent half to deny the home side their triumph.
This Durban derby created a gridlock impasse as per the general inclination of the meeting side whose mentor John Maduka was content with a point away from home.
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