Waseem Isaacs scored for Cape Town All Stars in 1-0 win against University of Pretoria FC as they pick up their first win after 5 previous losses in the GladAfrica Championship.
University of Pretoria FC played their latest fixture in the GladAfrica Championship against Cape Town All Stars at home, and unfortunately lost the match 1-0 in the end after Waseem Isaacs scored the winning goal for All Stars. Waseem Isaacs impressed after he scored the winning goal of the match in the first half. University of Pretoria FC is currently in 12th place on the log and Cape Town All Stars on 14th place spot. Cape Town All Stars were very lucky as they picked up a valuable three points in the Championship after theu lost their previous 5 matches in a row.
Cape Town All Stars opened the scoring midway in the first half of the match when Waseem Isaacs found the back of the net in the 38th minute as Cape Town All Stars took the 1-0 lead. Cape Town All Stars won the match 1-0 at full-time after the home side failed to reply with any goals in the match.
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