Finally || Black Leopards Move 5 Points Clear Of The Relegation Zone After 2-1 Victory.
GladAfrica Championship club Black Leopards FC was struggling in the National First Division ever since they were relegated from the DStv Premiership at the conclusion of last season, but the club has managed to make it back just in time with 5 matches remaining for the current season.
Black Leopards FC started the season on a bad note, as they suffered more defeats and draws in the GladAfrica Championship than wins. They inconsistencies in match wins saw them drop points as they ended up in the relegation zone for most part of the season along with Jomo Cosmos.
With the last five matches left of the current season Black Leopards is finally out of the relegation zone and five points clear of the zone after their latest 2-1 win away from home against Ts Sporting FC. Black Leopards FC won the match 2-1 which wasn't an easy task as they had to come from 1-0 down to win the match.
Ts Sporting FC scored the opening match in the early 9th minute when Mohau Mokate scored for the 1-0 lead but Black Leopards equalised in the 45+4 minute and claimed the lead at 2-1 in the 79th minute.
Black Leopards FC is in the 13th place spot on 26 points after the win with Ts Sporting FC in the last place spot on 21 points after the defeat. Ts Sporting FC dugged their own grave by not defending their lead in the match otherwise they would have been one point ahead of Black Leopards FC should they have won.
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