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Chiefs end season with win

Posted: 6 March 2010 Time: 18:32

Kaizer Chiefs ended their Absa Premiership campaign on a high with a 2-1 victory over Free State Stars at Loftus Stadium on Saturday.

The win, courtesy of goals from Knowledge Musona and Josta Dladla, ensures AmaKhosi finish third in the table. Molemo Moholo netted for Stars, who finish the campaign in 13th.

The Amakhosi were by far the superior side in the first 45 minutes as they dictated terms in the middle of the park and should have gone into the half time break more than a goal in front.

The first chance of the game came as early as the fifth minute when Abia Nale pulled the best out of the Stars’ keeper Kennedy Mweene. Nale latched onto a loose ball just outside the 18 yard box and fired off a snap shot that had Mweene at full stretch to tip the shot away around the post.

Musona then showed a poacher’s mentality when he latched onto a parried save and tapped home. A corner come in and Tinashe Nengomashe rose to meet it, but only succeeded in forcing Mweene into another fine save. But the Stars keeper could not hold onto the shot, spilling it straight into the path of Musona who made no mistake burying the ball into the back of the net, 1-0.

Then, totally against the run of play in the 57th minute, in a rare foray forward by Free State they managed to find the goal that brought them level. Moholo latched onto a pass inside the 18 yard area and finished expertly to make it 1-1.

Chiefs were a little stunned by the goal and lost their rhythm for a short period of time. The Amakhosi, however, eventually composed themselves and began stringing some passes together. They were helped by the dismissal of Free State’s Paul Masehe in the 70th minute for his second yellow card.

Thereafter Chiefs managed to find the winning goal in the 73rd minute. Punch Masenamela drove down the left flank and supplied an inch perfect pass to find Dladla unmarked inside the 18-yard area.

With his last touch of the game, before being substituted, Dladla controlled the ball expertly and scored for his side with a well place shot into the bottom right and corner, 2-1.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 09:30 pm
Yello! Anybody home? You won, where are you?
Anonymous
posted: 09:58 pm
44Passes:hahahahaha, they are probably drunk.
Anonymous
posted: 09:02 am
shapa makhosi shapa. Amakhosi 4 life. Love and Peace 4evermore
Anonymous
posted: 09:36 am
44 @sses! It was just routine; we can't be seen running around celebrating like some team with 20 fans who were celebrating their win against arrows as if it clinched them the title. 4life of course
Super Green
posted: 09:46 am
Still useless!!
Anonymous
posted: 11:50 am
Lol..mtshele wena Vcta..

Anyway i was at the game, the atmosphere wasnt 2 bad for a last game, missed chances, crossbar, Nahayo ay ya yah, he nearly cost us at times..all in all thanks for a good season Khosi, goodluck on the Nedbank n Telkom..u knw where it belongs mos

Khosi 4 life
Anonymous
posted: 01:39 pm
Hola KHOSI HOLA!!! gr8 game...wel done GLAMOUR BOYS 4 ending a season on a high note best of luck 4 da cup games KHOSI ELIHLE 4 LEWE!
Gucci Man
posted: 03:16 pm
LOVE & PEACE , we need to keep the tradition guys , we cannot afford to finish the season without a throphy , Telkom & NEDBANK.

Siyabangena , aba chance laba


My blood is Gold & Black
Anonymous
posted: 09:01 am
Thanks Guys for finihing a seoson with a high note
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