Maritzburg United reaches the next stages in the Nedbank Cup after a 2-1 win against Sekhukhune United in Round f 32.
Maritzburg United boasts with a home ground win in the Nedbank Cup after defeating Sekhukhune United 2-1 in the end after scoring two second half goals as they conceded only once very late in the match. Maritzburg United kept their Nedbank Cup dreams alive in the competition as they scored their win by scoring first in the match and leaded the match by two goals from the 70th minute as Tebogo Tlolane and Sibusiso Hlubi scored the winning goals. Sibusiso Hlubi also managed to assist the first goal in the match as Daniel Morgan assisted the second goal for the home side. The visitors Sekhukhune United scored late on the edge of the last minutes as Sibusiso Mbonani scored assisted by Thabang Kobela.
Maritzburg United scored the opening goal of the match in the 47th minute when Tebogo Tlolane found the back of the net as he gave Maritzburg the 1-0 lead in the match. Sibusiso Hlubi extended Maritzburg's lead late in the second half when he scored his goal in the 70th minute of the match. Sekhukhune United made a late entry on the score sheet when Sibusiso Mbonani scored in the 90+1 minute of the match as he changed the score to 2-1. Maritzburg United won the match 2-1 in the end as they reached the Round of 16 in the Competition.
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