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Kaizer Chiefs down Bidvest Wits

Posted: 18 December 2010 Time: 22:16

A piece of magic from knowledge Musona in the 16th minute earned Kaizer Chiefs a hard fought 1-0 victory in a League match played at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday night.

Musona’s goal was the highlight of a hard fought encounter but left the Kaizer Chiefs mentor, Vladimir Vermezovic, with more questions than answers after his charges missed a glut of opportunities in the first half.

Chiefs played their hearts out from the first whistle, displaying soccer wizardry much to the delight of their fans, but failed to take their handful of chances in front of goal.

Chiefs Zimbabwean striker atoned for his earlier misses when he blasted a bullet like free-kick into the back of the net in the 16th minute to put Amakhosi in the driving seat.

Truth be told, Bidvest Wits were never in the game as they gave the ball away cheaply, thereby allowing their limelight-seeking opponents acres of space to play the ball around with confidence

Wits have their goalkeeper, Darren Keet, to thank for going into the break only a goal down as he was the busier of the two keepers. He made some brilliant saves denying Musona and company what could have been an embarrassment for the Students.

Sifiso Vilakazi nearly gave his side an equalizer but his well taken shot was deflected for a corner by Dominic Isaacs in the 39th minute, while Tshabangu blazed his shot over the bar a minute later.

Coming from the break, Bidvest Wits nearly scored a replica of Chiefs’ first goal, but Stanton Fredericks free-kick flew over the bar.

A minute later, Musona could only watch in disbelief when his attempt from inside the Wits danger area went inches wide with Darren Keet in no man’s land.

After the two misses, Wits were impressive in their forward forays as the Clever Boys swamped the Amakhosi’s territory in search of an equalizer, but found Itumeleng Khune in an uncompromising mood.

Sifiso Vilakazi must have thought that the Gods have turned their backs on him when his rocket like shot missed the target in the 63rd minute.

At that stage, Wits looked dangerous on a few raids they launched and had the Chiefs rearguard reeling as they piled pressure, but luck seemed not to be on their side.

However, Chiefs did not rest on their laurels and they played their hearts out. Still, despite coming back a much better side in the second half, taking the game back to Chiefs, Wits tried everything they could to level matters but failed to punish Chiefs when they had them under siege.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 10:41 pm
There are only two teams in the psl which are playing an entertaining football.
These two teams don’t score fluke goals like pathetic sundowns and pirates.
We win with style. Like I said b4, sunkop is going home empty handed this season.

Anonymous
posted: 10:47 pm
Municipality truck(Otorongo) is always scoring fluke goals.
There was not Nyasa and Municipality truck who happen to score fluke goals.
Watching Sunkop and pirates play is a waste of time and energy, even the useless Santos is better than these two donkies.jrrrr
The Ghost
posted: 10:48 pm
Aha, there you go about farting through your mouth again mfazi ... I gather you are still on your period ... hahaha 2 dollar whore.
huzo
posted: 10:48 pm
the bones are shivering rite now... we r 1 point behind.

Happy with the win , but still think we could have done more damage to the students.

Shapa Khosi Shapppppppppppppppaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
The Ghost
posted: 10:51 pm
Oh, and look at the table mfazi ... you will see that those two teams are ahead of you ... that is if you concentrate on anything else other than gossiping (like the woman you are) and think about when you are going to get laid.
Anonymous
posted: 11:03 pm
Why am i not suprised them farmers are at it again with controversial goals n they are realy living up to their motto which is by hook or crook,,,hahahaha

U see wht a lousy 4meter can do when u hand it on a silver plater to cheats/bribers wena krol,,they buy refeeres with for the whole season,

Tsipa by hook or crook tsipa,,,,,
Anonymous
posted: 11:11 pm
Sundowns, Pirates and Chiefs together with Ajax have an equal chance of winning the league. Reasons follow.
Anonymous
posted: 11:14 pm
1. Sundowns is a good team but for some reasons are a team of small stage and they turn to underperform under pressure and on a bigger stage (proof is their lost 2 Pirates and their lack of cup showings). Now am thinking what will happen when there are only 5 games 2 play? Am so far not convinced they will deliver.
Anonymous
posted: 11:28 pm
I feel sorry 4 those piecity n sunkak fans who stayed late praying 4 wits to equalise. Hardy guys hardy
The Ghost
posted: 11:58 pm
Mfazi (all psl trophies)lives in a fool's paradise.
Joe Mase...
posted: 12:09 am
Tsipa all the way...
joy peace and happiness....Eish!!
Anonymous
posted: 12:43 am
Wits should have equalised and won the game but, lack of experience. They should have asked the new comers, Vasco as to how its done!
Sos
posted: 06:23 am
we've adopted a very comprehensive league winning policy at the polokwane conference!..thanks only to the MIGHTY AMAKHOSI(the chasing pack)

LOVE & PEACE...BLACK & GOLD
Anonymous
posted: 07:02 am
Shapa makhosi shapaaaa!
Anonymous
posted: 07:17 am
How can sum1 swear at people when they mention his team but he does the very same thing? Anyway, it would be a sad day if chiefs won the league cause CAF wants to reduce SA spots in the champions league - precisely because the so-called biggest & best club doesnt participate in caf competitions
Anonymous
posted: 07:58 am
damn guys! Is there a kick off insult of the year award up for grabs?
Anonymous
posted: 08:35 am
we could have done better than that but the 3points is more vital. Thanks from Musona's goal.
Anonymous
posted: 09:03 am
Another fluke win from the most overrated team in S.A, I'm glad Aces will prove it on Wednesday.

Cheaps will win the league after 24 years, doubling their previous record of 12. It was a lucky escape for the Jezebels!
Anonymous
posted: 09:07 am
As usual they won because of poor officiating, the referee handing them a controversial free kick. typical Chimpanzees, that what they do best! But with the league they must forget, its narrowing to a two horse race Bucslona and Sundawana!
Anonymous
posted: 09:17 am
By hook or crook the farmers will controversialy win,

I blame all this to this moron krol for handing them 4milion to bribe referees again after a dificult financial yr at the chimps den.

Tsipa by hook or crook tsipa.
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