Orlando Pirates climbed to the top of the DStv Premiership log courtesy of a 3-1 win over Chippa United .
Chippa got the first goal of the encounter through Phakamani Mahlambi who broke the deadlock for the visitors
Pirates leveled matters through Mabasa after some concentration lapse by Chippa United in defence.
Pirates then took full control of the game, making it difficult for Chippa United to contain them.
The start of the second half was a reserved affair as both sides employed a defensive approach to the game .
After 58 minutes, Vincent Pule found Terrence Dzvukamanja who played the ball to Bandile Shandu inside the box.
Bandile then rolled the ball to Mabaso for Pirates’ second goal of the game.
Mosele killed the game as a contest as h scored Pirates’ third goal when he pounced on a Dzvukamanja through ball.
Pirates grabbed a crucial 3points to move to the summit of the log .
Speaking to supersport after the match Orlando pirates head coach Joseph Zinnbauer
Said he was delighted on how his charges had managed to to kill off the game as a contest and he was glad that they collected all 3 points .
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