Seema's Future Hangs in Balance at Leopards Over Limpopo Derby Defeat
By KEKANAEP | self meida writer
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Baroka FC got the bragging rights over their cross-town rivals, Black Leopards in the Limpopo derby on Saturday afternoon at the Peter Mokaba stadium, Polokwane.
Goals from Goodman Mosele and Joslin Kamaduka saw Bakgakga collecting all the maximum points in their 2-1 victory against Leopards in Limpopo.
The win sees Ga-Mphahlele based outfit moving up to eighth position on the log, swooping places with Kaizer Chiefs, who temporarily occupied the spot after their 1-all draw with SuperSport in the early fixture.
After a boring and goalless first half, both teams started the second half pushing numbers in attack. It was Bakgakga, however, we broke the deadlock in the 61st minute, with Mosele opening the scoring charts.
Thoka Matsimela's charges continued with their attacking flair and doubled their lead through the boots of Namibian international, Kamaduka.
Lidoda Duvha tried to group in their bid to level matters on few occasions after that. However, Lehlohonolo Seema's charges only managed to score a consolation goal in the dying minutes of the game.
The defeat sees the Venda-based outfit at the bottom of the log with just nine points.
It remains to be seen whether Seema will hold onto his job, following the arrival of Kosta Papic, who has been appointed as the team's technical manager.
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