Mhango Nets Again As AmaZulu Win Five-Goal Thriller

Gabadinho Mhango proceeded with his scoring structure as AmaZulu struck late in the final part to edge Swallows FC in a five-objective spine chiller on Friday night.

DStv Premiership

Result: Swallows 2-3 AmaZulu

Date: 19 August 2022

Setting: Dobsonville Stadium

The Birds gave an introduction to new marking Keegan Allan, however,

were without commander Wandisile Letlabika, while Usuthu were unaltered from their success over Cape Town City.

There was a whirlwind of changes in the initial trades as Swallows striker Waseem Isaacs was denied the opener by goalkeeper Veli Mothwa from a one-on-one circumstance.

Mhango likewise verged on getting the opener for the guests with a strike in the container that missed the top corner just barely after a venturesome back-heel by Kwem in the crate.

The previous Orlando Pirates striker in the long run broke the gridlock on 24 minutes with a created throw-over shot-plug Thakasani Mbanjwa after a fine disregarding the protection by Keagan Buchanan.

Swallows were on the back foot after that however they figured out how to get once again into the game on the stroke of halftime after Mothwa couldn't keep out an ad-libbed header by Allan, who opened his record for the season.

The sides were uniformly paired right off the bat in the subsequent refrain however Lindokuhle Mtshali got an opportunity to give the hosts the lead ten minutes in with a free kick from the edge of the container that was covered in the top corner by Mothwa.

Swallows acquired certainty after that and were granted a punishment on 65 minutes after Abbubaker Mobara was pronounced to have cut down Lindokuhle Mtshali in the container, doubtlessly stirring up a lot of disturbance for the Usuthu stars. Allan misinterpreted liability and tranquility and sent Mothwa to finish his support.

Brandon Truter answered with a triple replacement to revive the group in the last quarter of 60 minutes, as Dumisani Zuma, Ethan Brooks, and Ramahlwe Mphahlele all came on for Kwem, George Maluleka, and Mobara.

AmaZulu acquired a spring going ahead and they reestablished equality two or after three minutes after Mbanjwa mishandled a corner by Mhango into his net.

The game was available for whoever gets there first for one or the other side after that and Gumede grabbed the victor for Usuthu as of now by stretching out beyond Mbanjwa and gesturing home Riaan Hanamub's set-piece.

This is the way they arranged:

Swallows: Mbanjwa, Lukhubeni, Sasman, Sait, Khupe, Allan, Mvelase, L.Mtshali, Mthethwa, Patjie, Isaacs

Subs: Tshabalala, Musonda, Makua, Lesako, S.Mtshali, Khumalo, Amoojee, Damons, Shwabule.

AmaZulu: Mothwa, Sikhakhane, Hanamub, Gumede, Mobara, Buchanan, Makhaula, Maluleka, Kwem, Mhango, Ntuli

Subs: Amonome, Mphahlele, Zulu, Kunene, Brooks, Magaqa, Zuma, Maduna, Majoro

AmaZulu DStv Dobsonville Stadium Mhango Swallows


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