Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila enrolled consecutive successes in the DStv Premiership with a 1-0 triumph over Stellenbosch FC on Sunday evening.Stellies gave Phathutshedzo Nange a beginning, while goalkeeper Sage Stephens proceeded in objective from the 3-1 misfortune to Golden Arrows last Friday with Ibraheem Jabaar given an introduction. Vhadau vhadamani attempted to get the force from the get-go, as Stellies delighted in the lion portion of openings in advance while they edged the belonging stakes as well,reported by Kickoff.com.
That grouping of play from the host before long vanished after Stephens scratched a free-kick from outside the territory against the crossbar just for Thembisani Nevhulamba to tap in the bounce back. Stanley Dimgba, who yielded the foul that prompted the opener was removed after the half-hour mark for Ashley Du Preez. The replacement infused more fire in the host nearer to halftime as a ball from Du Preez spotted Mogamad De Goede in a promising position however the middle half neglected to benefit.
Another replacement from the away side followed in front of the restart, with Leletu Skelem dragged away for Dean van Rooyen. Stellies pushed the host to the edge somewhat later through savvy off – the-ball developments in and around the last third, yet couldn't polish off the couple of half-risks that came their direction. A pin-point corner-kick from Marc Van Heerden towards the end minutes found the lead of De Goede, however neglected to beat goalkeeper Washington Arubi. Arubi was brought to more work late on through a shooting shot from Du Preez, however parried to control his side to consecutive group wins interestingly this season.
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