Golden Arrows Polokwane City PSL Absa Premiership match report
Posted: 30 November 2016 Time: 18:23
Nduduzo Sibiya scored late to rescue a point for Golden Arrows in a pulsating Absa Premiership game against Polokwane City that ended 3-3 at the King Zwelithini Stadium.
The hosts were up and running first as Andile Fikizolo slipped in Jooste who finished neatly at the near post in the 32nd minute.
It did not take long for Rise and Shine to hit back as Jabu Maluleke uncorked a defence splitting pass that Ramagalela latched onto before sliding the ball in at the near post.
Arrows had their lead back with three minutes remaining of the half as Lamola picked up a long clearance and went on the outside before dinking the ball over the goalkeeper with the outside of his foot.
It may have appeared that Arrows would go into the break with their advantage intact but Mncwango had other ideas as he netted with an expert header on the stroke of half time with Maluleke again providing the assist.
After the interval Arrows endeavoured to score the goal that would get their season back on track but Polokwane City remained a threat.
After the raft of goals scored between the halt hour mark and the half-time break the game had to wait until the 77th minute for the next.
It came in some style as Ramagalela returned the favour for Maluleke and played him in with an expert pass to allow the midfielder to fire home.
That goal meant that City took the lead for the first time in the game but Arrows were having none of it and kept pushing for the equaliser.
It eventually came with only three minutes of regulation time remaining as Bilankulu fed Sibiya who made no mistake with his shot.
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