Baroka FC
  • Mzwanele Mahashe (2)
  • Mzwanele Mahashe (47)
  • Marshall Munetsi (64)
3 - 1
(1 - 0)
Peter Mokaba Stadium
23/10/2016 15:00
Referee: Naasif Julius
Platinum Stars
  • (90+2) Sipho Senne

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Telkom Knockout last-16 report Baroka FC Platinum Stars

Posted: 23 October 2016 Time: 13:30

Baroka FC eased into the Telkom Knockout quarter-finals with a 3-1 victory over Platinum Stars in Polokwane on Sunday.

Mzwanele Mahashe headed home either side of the break before Marshall Munetsi sealed the tie with a lovely lob over goalkeeper Mbongeni Mzimela in the 64th minute at Peter Mokaba Stadium.

Dikwena - who pulled one back in stoppage time via substitute Sipho Senne - nearly scored shortly before the break, but Sphamandla Mlilo's thunderous drive from range struck the crossbar.

Stars are now winless in six games in all competitions, which included a 1-0 league defeat to Bakgaga, who beat Cape Town City 2-1 in their previous outing.

The topflight newcomers joined Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs, SuperSport United, Free State Stars, Highlands Park and Cape Town City in the next round of the competition.

Mamelodi Sundowns will battle Polokwane City on Thursday for the remaining last-eight berth.

Article by: Staff Reporter

HOME: Baroka FC

Coach: Kgoloko Thobejane
Formation: 4-3-3

  • 30 Oscarine Masuluke
  • 3 Mzwanele Mahashe
  • 6 Dineo Shaku
  • 14 Tshepiso Lietsisa
  • 15 Albert Mothupa
  • 25 Marshall Munetsi
    90+3 mins - Caswell Chauke
  • 27 Khalid Aucho
  • 35 Siphelele Zikalala
  • 12 Richard Matloga
  • 21 Sipho Moeti
    81 mins - Collins Makgaka
  • 45 Cleopas Dube
    37 mins - Geofrey Massa

AWAY: Platinum Stars

Coach: Cavin Johnson
Formation: 4-4-2

  • 31 Mbongeni Mzimela
  • 3 Sphamandla Mlilo
  • 21 Siyabonga Zulu
  • 23 Sphiwe Mnguni
  • 25 Isaac Nhlapo
  • 14 Tintswalo Tshabalala
    46 mins - Henrico Botes
  • 15 Sibusiso Msomi
    66 mins - Sipho Senne
  • 18 Ryan de Jongh
  • 22 Robert Ngambi
  • 7 Benson Shilongo
    71 mins - Thobani Kunene
  • 10 Ndumiso Mabena

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