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Arrows Stumble At Celtic After They Played Out To 1-1

Bolts mentor Mandla Ncikazi rolled out two improvements with Knox Mutizwa and Lindokuhle Mtshali coming into the beginning side. In the mean time, Celtic endured with the line-up that got them triumph over TS Galaxy a weekend ago. 


Bolts began firmly with a great deal of ownership and great passing. Celtic won the main corner of the match. Menzi Masuku conveyed a decent ball to the back post however Victor Letsoalo headed wide from an off-kilter point. 


With 22 minutes gone, Pule Mmodi cut inside on the left and twisted a cross into the container for Arrows however Ndwandwe could just guide his header wide of objective. 


Phunya Sele started to lead the pack in the 34th moment. Nkosinathi Sibisi left Mzwanele Mahashe plain at the back post and the Celtic community back headed the ball down and it avoided off Letsoalo and sneaked in at the close to post from a tight point. 


Mtshali then backheeled the ball cunningly into the way of Velemseni Ndwandwe in the 38th moment yet his work was all around saved in the base left-hand corner by Celtic shot-plug Jackson Mabokgwane


Before long, Ndwandwe turned supplier when he drifted the ball over the highest point of the Celtic safeguard to deliver Mutizwa, whose header circled over an onrushing Jackson Mabokgwane and onto the highest point of the crossbar and behind. 


Bolts evened out in the 72nd moment. Sabelo conveyed from the left and his get took a circling diversion over Mabokgwane with the ball bouncing back ease off the bar to Mutizwa, who had a basic header into an unfilled net. 


Ntsako Makhubela was shown a subsequent yellow card as Arrows were diminished to ten men in the 86th moment yet John Maduka's side couldn't benefit from their mathematical benefit as the sides made due with a portion of the riches.


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