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SuperSport United continue good start with 3-0 win over Black Leopards

Posted: 14 September 2011 Time: 21:37

Black Leopards poor run continued as they were thumped 3-0 by SuperSport United in their mid-week fixture.

Atusaye Nyondo got a brace for SuperSport, keeping up his impressive start with the club, before Morgan Gould added a third.

Khethokwakhe Masuku was sent off for a second bookable offence in the 72nd minute. As one of Lidoda Duvha’s more effective creative players, he will certainly be missed when serving his suspension.

Nyondo looked dangerous right from the start, and had the chance to open the scoring as early as the second minute when he got on the end of a cross but was unable to direct his header on target.

He had another great chance on 14 minutes but Leopards goalkeeper Posnett Omony made a breathtaking save with his feet to keep the visitors on level terms.

But with Matsatsantsa creating chances seemingly at will, it was only a matter of time before they took the lead – though Leopards did manage some decent attacks of their own.

SuperSport finally went in front just before half-time break. Bryce Moon floated in a cross from the right and Nyondo turned it home with his left foot.

Just four minutes after the restart Nyondo was in the thick of things once again, scoring from 10 metres out to put the Tshwane team two goals to the good.

At 2-0 down, Leopards looked unlikely to get anything out of the game, and the result was effectively confirmed just past the hour mark when Morgan Gould took advantage of a fumble by Omony to score from close range.

Things got worse for Leopards with just under 20 minutes to play when left winger Masuku was dismissed.

With a numerical advantage, SuperSport created several further chances, but the score remained 3-0.

Gavin Hunt’s team have moved up to second on the table, trailing leaders and cross-town rivals Mamelodi Sundowns only on goal difference.

Leopards are placed 13th with just three points.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 10:54 pm
Congrats Mr. Hunt, you are comıng to PE wıth a bıg smıle. To those who are ın PE, Gavın Hunt wıll be at KwaMagxakı Hall at 14H00 addressıng all sportıng codes. You are all ınvıted.
Anonymous
posted: 04:09 am
Some people must be sweating knowing that with us on top 5 on the league anything is posible,wel don boys lets claim our title,nd leave them speechles.
Anonymous
posted: 05:30 am
the sky is da limit, it seems like da days of pretoria soccer league r bak
ooisthuizen
posted: 08:26 am
"...Motlana or whoever u r,dat skinny klub of yos cnt even finish on top-four...thy r jst bunches of nuts...maak my woord boetie!!!
skhebo in Gaborone
posted: 09:03 am
Teams that gets promoted to the PSL just dont want to learn.why does Black leopards think that they can survive the PSL with these players?i Hope somebody from thier management see this comment,why cant they sign players like Vilakazi,Kamwendo?Ngwenya has just signed for a team in the first division,what was leopards management doing when players were being realesed by teams like Pirates,chiefs and Sundowns
Anonymous
posted: 10:33 am
Teams that get promoted to the psl always find it hard to make it. Mainly because they don't rest in the off-season. This play off thing needs to change. Its not fair. On a lighter note good to see SP back in business. This will be an interesting season and thats a 4*4 fact. CROSS BONES
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