Polokwane City played their latest fixture against Bizana Pondo Chiefs away from home and won the match 2-0 in the end.
Polokwane City played their latest fixture in the GladAfrica Championship against Bizana Pondo Chiefs away from home, and managed to impress with a 2-0 win in the end. Polokwane City claimed all three points from the fixture, as they added more strain to Bizana who are drowning at the bottom of the table. Bizana now fears relegation as they have a total of 19 points after 24 matches played. Polokwane City after they won in the match ended on 30 points after the win which they deserved by the way they played and executed the goals. Polokwane City scored both their goals in the first half of the match and they did it just 8 minutes apart which were impressive to say.
Polokwane City opened the scoring very early in the first half of the match when Muyaba scored the opening goal of the match in the 32nd minute to lead the match at 1-0. Polokwane City managed to extend their lead just 8 minutes later in the first half of the match, when Koena Thopola scored his goal in the 40th minute of the match to lead at 2-0. Polokwane City held onto their lead and won the match 2-0 at full-time. Polokwane City did not only pick up all three points away from home, but they also managed to win their first match in their last five matches played. Polokwane City had three losses and one draw in the previous four and now the one win which is a great achievement after they suffered too many hard blows in their last matches.
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