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Highlights And Reaction As Gallant Dumps Pirates Out Of Nedbank Cup

Find every one of the features and post-match interviews from Marumo Gallants punishment shootout prevail upon Orlando Pirates in the Nedbank Cup on Wednesday evening, with Pirates co-mentor Fadlu Davids conceding his side have themselves to fault after more inefficient wrapping up.

In what the future held, sides couldn't be isolated following 120 minutes.

Gallants started to lead the pack in the nineteenth moment when they were granted a punishment and, while Ofori speculated accurately, Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo set the ball barely out of his scope to fire his side in front.

Privateers got the leveler on the half-hour mark after Bandile Shandu snuck behind the guard to fire his work past Gallants manager King Ndlovu.

Yet, no further objectives came as the sides needed to make due with a lottery of punishments, after which the reigning champs advanced.

Post-game, Orlando Pirates co-mentor Faldu Davids conceded that his charges just had themselves to fault.

"I think we had ourselves to fault, other than the punishment they had, one turnover as of now where they got an opportunity to score, they never truly upset our goalkeeper," Davids told SuperSport TV.

"Then again, we had an adequate number of opportunities to dominate the match in ordinary time and additional time also.

"That is credit to the young men, they applied the procedure to squeeze high and not permit them to play these short passes in midfield, risking their bodies, hopping into the following line.


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