This is what the log standing looks like after was Orlando Pirates lambasted by Golden Arrows
By Ungenaphi | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 141 views
For the first time since 2017 Golden arrows claim a win over Orlando Pirates in a 2-0 home win. Pule Mmodi was the man of the show as he makes Pirates walk of razor fence, he scores on each half to boost the morale as Arrows claim their sixth win of this season.
Abafana Bes'thende could not capitalize on their moral boost from last week's 2-1 win over Kaizer Chiefs last week. But they soon find them one goal down just minutes before halftime. The Golden Arrows managed to keep the Pirates at bay for most of the first half. The only chance that came through the Zimbabwean international Mutiziwa who fired a brilliant curly but was saved by the goalkeeper Richard Ofori.
At halftime, Pirates made two changes Frank Mhango and Ben Motshwari as they hunt for an equalizer but as the match went by they quickly resort to long balls. But the visitors started to look desperate especially at the backline which Arrows will soon take advantage of, Zuke throws a long ball which finds Mmodi who didn't waste any opportunity with his second on the 67th minute to make it 2-0.
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