Moroka Swallows played away from home and lost their 1-0 lead as TS Galaxy scored two late goals to win 2-1 in the end.
Moroka Swallows played their latest fixture in the South African PSL against Ts Galaxy away from home, and lost 2-1 to TS Galaxy in the end. Moroka Swallows started off on a good foot as they set themselves up with a perfect lead after Ruzaigh Gamildien scored in the early minutes of the second half of the match. TS Galaxy impressed when they made late comeback in the last minutes of the second half as Lindokuhle Mbatha and Bevan Fransman scored three minutes apart to win the match 2-1 at full-time for TS Galaxy.
Moroka Swallows opened the scoring when Ruzaigh Gamildien scored the opening goal of the match in the 52nd minute to lead at 1-0. TS Galaxy managed to equalise late in the 84th minute when Lindokuhle Mbatha scored to level at 1-1. TS Galaxy took the lead just three minutes later when Bevan Fransman found the back of the net in the 87th minute of the match to lead at 2-1. TS Galaxy held onto their lead and won the match 2-1 in the end.
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