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Chiefs and 10-man Celtic draw

Posted: 12 December 2009 Time: 22:15

Kaizer Chiefs and Bloemfontein Celtic drew 1-1 in an Absa Premiership clash played at Super Stadium on Saturday night.

Celtic scored first through Thabo Nthethe and Gerald Sibeko got the equalizer for Chiefs. Celtic played most of the match with 10-men after Johannes Motlhaping was sent off in the 15th minute.

Referee Faiek Daniels did not hesitate in sending off Celtic defender Motlhaping with a quarter of an hour gone; the lanky defender could not properly control a long ball from Letsholonyane.

Kaizer Motaung Junior put him under pressure and stole the ball from him and sped away. Sensing a goal in the offing, Motlhaping brought down Motaung from behind just outside the Celtic penalty area.

The referee sent him on his way and awarded Chiefs a free kick which was well executed by Jose Torrealba, who put it just over the Celtic cross bar.

Somehow despite having a numerical disadvantage Celtic managed to surge ahead in the 22nd minute.

Chiefs midfielder Letsholonyane upended Cecil Oerson on the right edge of the Chiefs 18-yard area and from the resulting free kick Mark Mayambela powered the ball towards goal – Letsholonyane got in the way and headed the ball onto his own cross bar.

Celtic captain Nthethe remained attentive and was quicker to the loose ball than Chiefs defender Dominic Isaacs and was able to stab it past Itumeleng Khune and over the line.

Ultimately being under relentless pressure from Chiefs broke Celtic and they conceded a goal which, under normal circumstances, they could have dealt with better. Gary Goldstone was the unfortunate party as his attempted clearance of Jimmy Tau’s cross from the right wing fell into the path of an unmarked Gerald Sibeko in the 36th minute.

The midfielder timed the ball perfectly, hitting on the volley past a stranded Tignyemb to level the scores.

As Chiefs threw men into attack they almost conceded a goal on the counterattack after 66 minutes of play. Tlou Segolela was sent through on goal down right; as he came closer to goal Khune ran off his line the Celtic striker chipped the ball over Khune and onto the right hand post.

Excellent Walaza was quick to pick up the loose ball but Isaacs had made up enough ground to block his shot.

Into the 80th minute Jimmy Jambo struck the ball ferociously with his left foot from about 20-yards from goal. Tignyemb at full stretch managed to block the ball which fell to Torrealba, who controlled the ball with his chest but could not find Tignyemb’s goal with his overhead kick.

Segolela again caught Chiefs on the counter attack in the 81st minute this time he put his effort wide of Khune and into the side netting.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 10:19 pm
Chiefs playd k@k, da coach did wel by rotating da squard bt sm players r stil unable 2 do basic thngs.
Anonymous
posted: 10:29 pm
Good fighting for celtic but Dagama should stop showing favouratism on Walaza. The guy is not being effective upfront and Dagama's favouratism is killing the team.
Anonymous
posted: 10:29 pm
Yo yo yo. Celtic should have won the game. Chiefs did not deserve a draw.
Sweyts',)
posted: 10:38 pm
I ca`nt help it but echo Ndivhuwo`s sentiments, what an ugly Puma inspired rag of a 'gwara gwara' tee shirt! lol!

Yeye looked worse than I imagined.....I could only see the arms, collar, socks and boots and ofcourse his teeth! lol!,,, The rest of him blended in with the strip.lol!

Had he drank milk, the traces would have shown in his throat and stomach! lol!a mobile 'X-ray' indeed!lol! lovl!

What a horror 40th 'unveiling'!3x3 in hell!

Anonymous
posted: 10:40 pm
Not so long ago we were bombarded with 3+3 k*k stories by these k*k fans of Case Ya Chips!The likes of Sbusiso,Brokenfence,Thabang,Pearl&etc were spewing a lot of bile on this Forum yet their sh*t&lost identity team can't beat a 10man Celtic!!!
Ike_Wa_Poo!!!
posted: 10:46 pm
3-by-3 my ass. Thank You Celtics!!! I take my hat off to Tlou.
Ike_Wa_Poo!!!
posted: 10:48 pm
Some of de referee's decisions were questionable. Rooi also deserved a Red Card, but we can't cry over spilled milk. SA 'll be a quiet place dis weekend.
Anonymous
posted: 11:48 pm
I c a few Karapaos r celebrating Chiefs draw as if their teams hv won da league
Anonymous
posted: 12:46 am
1 point is beta dan nothin makhosi amahle. Kip up da gud wok
Anonymous
posted: 05:19 am
The mediocre team claiming 2 b 3x3 specialists were brought down 2 earth were they belong!
Anonymous
posted: 08:08 am
Wonder my breor this is hardly a suprise we knew all along that these palookas were never gonna sustain that form coz they're so confused that they don even know who they are.They don't whether they're in now or the past.One of them says a point is better than nothing yet a point doesn't help them in anyway how coz the Teams from Pretoria Soccer League keep on winning.
Anonymous
posted: 08:23 am
Chiefs dominated da game 4rm start 2 finish we were jst unlucky dat Celtic parkd a bus at da back nd only attackd with Segolela bt Chiefs r rly lukng vry dangerous wen going 4ward nd in 4 games chiefs hav scored 10 goals unlyk Pierats who score 1 goal nd den defend!
Hola Amakhosi amahle
Anonymous
posted: 09:38 am
Yes It was one of those games where KC were supposed to burry the opposition and they didn't show up. Chiefs have major central defense problem, each and eveytime the ball get to our box its a goal! as T Rooi is weakest defender ever in the life of Chiefs, the Goal against P Stars he did not challenge Botes and he scored. Chiefs need to go and speak to Sundowns about Johannes. As for Isaacs the less said the better.
Anonymous
posted: 10:52 am
Hi KHOSI FAMILY, a point is better than nothing. To all these idiots that talking crab about kit,"Go To Hell". We love our new kit and i'm glad that we will be using the same kit on 19.12.09.
Anonymous
posted: 01:21 pm
A point away from home is sumthang guys Lol,,,next week they are also playing away....maybe after the 19th they will realise that what happened e Orlando stadium can happen anywhere...Chiefs fans are just too blind to differeintiate between flukes and deserved wins...all this 3 x 3 crap is only lucky goals,,,and penalties: Shapa Celtics Shapa....I take my hat for amaselesele cos losing a player in the 15th minute away and still managed to come up with a draw is an achievement....I wonder how will Chiefs back four gonna stop Downs as they struggled against one man show (Segolela)
Anonymous
posted: 03:01 pm
Ja! N we will get another "lucky win" on 19/12/09 against a so-called quality team that benefitted from bad refereeing against 10 man Wits. 4life of course, the legend has spoken
Anonymous
posted: 03:36 pm
he he he 3by3 equalls to 3 points, you have dropped two against ten men celtics, the way chiefs fans were goin on last week when pirates drew aces one would have thot pirates lost...sis... makhosikazi
Anonymous
posted: 06:12 pm
Letsholonywana looked like the real kuku on that new jersey
Anonymous
posted: 07:00 pm
Meshack lol heres mi numbr 0764714594 iv struglin wth joining
Anonymous
posted: 12:02 am
I'm logging in n out of here hoping 2 find Sbusiso,Brokenfan,Pearl&Thabang's comments but to no avail,bcoz those dumb as*s are so illiterate to the extent that they own no laptops or computers @ their homes just like their own spaza shop owner Kaizer Motaung.
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