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PSL fixture: Chippa United vs SuperSport United

Posted: 21 December 2014 Time: 15:10

Chippa United will go into the holiday season with broken hearts after Lebogang Manyama’s brace secured maximum points for SuperSport United in their Absa Premiership clash in Port Elizabeth.

Manyama scored two volleyed goals on either side of the half time break to make sure of the points for Gordon Igesund’s side, after George Akpabio had opened the scoring for the home team.

The result leaves Chippa in eighth position while SuperSport end the year in 11th spot on the table.

There was a decent crowd in support of Chippa United at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth for this final PSL match of the year 2014.

The home side almost went ahead as early as the fifth minute when Bafana Bafana forward David Zulu weaved his way past a cluster of players but lost his balance inside the 18 area just as he was about to get a sight on goal.

Then a chance fell to Manti Moholo who had made a run forward in the fifteenth minute only for his long range shot at goal to fly way over the crossbar.

But just two minutes later and Chippa dd take the lead when George Akpabio made certain from close range. David Zulu’s initial shot hit the post and rebounded into play, but Moholo did well to win the ball and quickly cross it back into the danger zone, and Akpabio was left unmarked and just had to volley his shot past the inexperienced Dumisani Msibe in goal.

Just before the half hour mark, Msibe dropped a routine catch and almost gifted Zulu with a clear shot on goal, but the striker could not take advantage of the half chance.

SuperSport came back strong inside the final ten minutes of the first half and it paid off in the 39th minute when Lebogang Manyama found the equalizer with a powerful volley at the back post. Chippa defender Eric Chipeta, however, should have done better with his weak attempt of a headed clearance.

One all at half time and a fair reflection of the game thus far.

Early in the second half, Dino Ndlovu got in behind the Chippa defence but could not keep his shot down and on target and on the other end, Akpabio just could not get enough power on his shot from an inviting position.

Just after the hour mark, Msibi tipped away a curling Manti Moholo shot that was heading into the top corner following a clever attacking move by Chippa.

Then Thuso Phala came close after 73 minutes with a powerful header before he provided what proved to be the winning goal.

Phala skipped past his man on the left flank and whipped in an inviting cross to the far past where Manyama did brilliantly to steady himself before volleying first time past a cluster of players and goalkeeper Mzimela. It was a tight angle and a truly world class goal.

HOME: Chippa United

Coach: Roger Sikhakhane
Formation: four four two

AWAY: SuperSport United

Coach: Gordon Igesund
Formation: four two three one

Livefyre comments on this story...

Chief Murphy
posted: 2014-12-21 13:25:20

Last game for David Zullllllluuu in chippas colours

Okada man
posted: 2014-12-21 13:28:37

@chief, i wish he can b dropped by shakes so he can use de break to settle in naturena.

012letsatsantsa
posted: 2014-12-21 13:48:42

Goaless draw?

Khosi5yd
posted: 2014-12-21 13:53:56

SS under GI was showing hunger but after they won Telkom Cup, they are back to square one,...

Tshwanebased
posted: 2014-12-21 13:54:00

We ar relegation candidates like really,my gosh!

chrissyssu
posted: 2014-12-21 13:56:23

Wat is happening mara?

012letsatsantsa
posted: 2014-12-21 13:59:58

Can't tell my lady.

ketshaba KBY (love bade me welcome)
posted: 2014-12-21 14:03:45

All my home town teams to taste defeat this afternoon,m with chippa nd wits to close this fixtures with style

mmmkhosi
posted: 2014-12-21 15:36:45

Why all the caretaker coaches after signing a permanent contract start to lose games.

Andimba
posted: 2014-12-21 15:47:53

This Zulu guy is already thinking about his next move

Andimba
posted: 2014-12-21 15:48:42

And Sikhakhane is threading on thin ice

gebhula4sure
posted: 2014-12-21 16:32:54

It shows they not ready for the job

shlalo wezihlalo
posted: 2014-12-21 16:33:53

As i mentioned a while ago that this skhakhane character will find himself wanting after he signed a permanent contra, they seems to relax these dumb coaches when they hv turned perm, thinking that now their home to stay, useshilo ke ushlalo wezihlalo

gebhula4sure
posted: 2014-12-21 16:34:45

Someone gonna be fired soon ha ha ha ha

PerfectGold
posted: 2014-12-21 16:50:49

Did he stop the train??

Chiefsman
posted: 2014-12-21 16:54:03

Manyama dis guy uyayishay'into yakhe bt h dd let m down bigtym whn h decided not t sign fo Chiefs bt anywher am nt cryng anymr coz renna re ja joy #forever-fearless

Khosi5yd
posted: 2014-12-21 16:58:59

Cowditor give us fresh news, anything about The Glamour Boys or Pisto Moshimali,...

012letsatsantsa
posted: 2014-12-21 17:48:40

@ last we got maximum points,tnx cowditor 4 dis fresh news.

gene peace
posted: 2014-12-21 17:52:40

Welcome home David Zulu, Mageba, Ndabezitha, Sithuli sika Ndaba, wena kamalandela ngokulandel' inkomo zamanye amadoda

sbhamu
posted: 2014-12-21 19:10:19

this Manyama is doing well in overseas

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