Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Sports




Parker support helps Chiefs to sweet SuperSport win

SuperSport United (1) 1 ( Nj Ngcobo o.g. 45+3') 

Kaizer Chiefs (1) 2 (45+1, 49') 

Kaizer Chiefs finished SuperSport United's unbeaten beginning to the season and caused a first DStv Premiership association rout of the mission on them, with a hard-battled 2-1 success at Atteridgeville Stadium. 

Bernard Parker scored a support, netting in first-half stoppage on numerous occasions in the 49th moment to assist Chiefs with fixing an essential success. 

Njabulo Ngcobo was heartbreaking to score an own objective on the stroke of half time, after Parker had initially given Chiefs the lead. 

On a day brimming with history for man of the match Parker, Die 'Hond' showed up for the club, taking his goalscoring count for Chiefs to 60 objectives in all rivalries. 

The main genuine sight of objective came for SuperSport 13 minutes in when Sipho Mbule's corner from the left was flicked only wide of objective by Teboho Mokoena, who rose most elevated to meet the twisting ball, heading it across objective away from Daniel Akpeyi. 

After not having a lot to show in the initial trades, Chiefs concocted an incredible possibility on 20 minutes. An awesome ball from the right from inside in his own half by Keagan Dolly flew over the SuperSport safeguard, dodging Keenan Phillips and Luke Fleurs. 

The ball tumbled to Parker, who drove the ball hard towards objective, with Ronwen Williams hurrying to one side to drive the ball away, making a convenient save to keep his objective flawless. 

The hosts went close in the 22nd moment when Mbule's drive at objective was redirected off Anthony Agay and the ball rolled, inches wide of Akpeyi's right hand post. SuperSport were fortunate to have kept mathematical equality in the 36th when Philips thumped down Parker as they went for a flying ball, however the arbitrator Luxolo Badi picked to simply give him a verbal railing instead of more extreme activity. 

Profound into refs' discretionary time toward the finish of the primary half Anthony Akumu took care of Dolly the ball, who did well to slice through the SuperSport guard and lay the ball off to Parker who associated pleasantly with it, the force conveying it past Williams and into the SuperSport net. 

The objective saw Bernard Parker indent his 60th objective for Chiefs in all contests turning into Chiefs' record-breaking top scorer in the PSL period in all rivalries, going above Siphiwe Tshabalala. 

As Chiefs were going into the break with a lead, Sfiso Hlanti fouled Ghampani Lungu and from the resulting free kick Mbule swung the ball in from the right and surprised the Chiefs protection, as the ball plunged Ngcobo, lamentably, flicked it past a hapless Akpeyi to make the score 1-1 at the break. 

Bosses didn't need to stand by long to return in front in a duplicate of Amakhosi's first objective. Cart again sent a ground ball to one side, where Parker dashed in front of Lungu to get to the ball and this time struck the ball across objective and wide of Williams to put Chiefs 2-1 up. 

Bosses lost Parker with 20 minutes to go as he needed to leave the field with a hamstring injury and was supplanted by Kearyn Baccus, who showed up of the period. 

Bosses figured out how to shield well and were ready from various hazardous set-piece circumstances and held their ground to see out the game. Profound into arbitrators' stoppage time toward the finish of the game, Nange drove the ball wide of objective subsequent to being set up by Dolly, yet it would not demonstrate excessively expensive as Chiefs hung on for their second success on the run. 

Bosses clutched end a five-game winless run against SuperSport United to see Amakhosi climb to fifth spot in the standings, as Chiefs currently have more than ten days off till their next association game. It was Chiefs' first association win against SuperSport United since December 2018 and their first away association win against them since a 4-1 victory in September 2015 more than six years prior. 

Number of the Game 201–Stuart Baxter took his focuses count as Chiefs mentor to 201 turning into the subsequent Chiefs mentor in the PSL period to go past the 200 point mark, it was likewise his fourth win in 7 association games as against SuperSport United as Chiefs mentor. 

Truth of the Game – Bernard Parker included in his 265th association game for Chiefs in the PSL period. He becomes Chiefs fourth most elevated appearance producer in association games, going above Tinashe Nengomasha. He additionally is presently Chiefs' most significant standard scorer in all contests beginning around 1996-97 with 60 objectives. 

MVP – Bernard Parker was magnificent with his completing and took his risks well amidst a physical issue emergency at the club. He was set up by Dolly who has been incredible in the last three games and carried on from his man of the match execution from the past game. Anthony Akumu was solid at the back and figured out how to win what was likewise anticipated to be an intense fight against Sipho Mbule and Thamsanqa Gabuza. 

What next–Chiefs are next in real life when they have Stellenbosch on the second of November. This was Chiefs' first away success of the period. Amakhosi will be hoping to expand on this triumph. 

Line Ups: 

SuperSport: 30. R. Williams, 27. K. Philips (Manziba 46'), 25. L. Fleurs, 6. T. Ditlhokwe, 14. O. Bhasera, 17. G. Lungu, 26. J. Donn, 4. T. Mokoena, 9. I. Rayners (Mahachi 85'), 10. S. Mbule, 13. T. Gabuza. 

Subs Not Used: 33. S. Xulu, 15. B. Mkhwanazi, 16. T. Mbatha, 23. N. Waiswa, 12. J. Webber, 35. S. Rasebotja. 

Alerts: 27. K. Phillips, 26. J Donn 

Mentor: K. Tembo 

Bosses: 43. D. Akpeyi, 45. N. Blom, 37. Nj Ngcobo, 3. E. Mathoho, 29. T. Dube (Cardoso 66'), 23. S. Hlanti, 5. A. Agay, 24. P. Nange, 25. B. Parker (Baccus 71'), 10. K. Cart, 11. K. Billiat.(Sekgota 90+4') 

Subs Not Used: 1. B. Petersen, 39. R. Frosler, 12. Nk Ngcobo, 7. L. Kambole, 26. S. Mabiliso, 19. H. Mashiane 

Alerts: 5. A. Agay 55', 6. K. Baccus 74'


Content created and supplied by: Sportnews_always (via Opera News )

Bernard Parker Nj Ngcobo Njabulo Ngcobo SuperSport SuperSport United


Load app to read more comments