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Stanton Lewis netted twice against his former side

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Lewis gets two as Ajax thumped by Usuthu

Posted: 27 September 2011 Time: 20:49

AmaZulu claimed their first win of the season with a 4-0 hammering of high-flying Ajax Cape Town at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Tuesday night.

Usuthu were in crises mode going into the match without a win in six, but after weathering an early storm, an own goal from Nazeer Allie set them on their way, before former Ajax striker Stanton Lewis netted a brace and Tangeni Shapahu scored as well.

Ajax started the brighter but were behind on the 20 minute mark after a disastrous piece of play.

Aiden Jenniker’s backpass was far too short for goalkeeper Sean Roberts and Ayanda Dlamini latched onto the ball. He rounded Roberts and although his shot came back off the post, it struck the unlucky Allie and went into the net.

The goal gave the home side confidence and they began to boss the midfield battle.

They were 2-0 up just past the half-hour mark as Dlamini produced more fine work down the left and his cut-back for Lewis was perfect, allowing the former Ajax man to fire the ball home.

Granwald Scott almost pulled one back for Ajax just after halftime when he saw his effort brilliantly saved by Mbongeni Mzimela.

Terror Fanteni had the ball in the back of the net on the hour-mark, but the effort was ruled out for offside.

But Usuthu extended their lead with 20 minutes remaining when Shipahu was sent clear by Thamsanqa Sangweni and he finished low past Roberts.

And it was 4-0 just two minutes later when Lewis netted his second of the night after racing through the shattered Ajax defence to score.

Ajax might have restored some pride as Lebohang Manyama tested Mzimela, but the Usuthu goalkeeper was again in inspired form.

The win moves AmaZulu up to 13th, for 24 hours at least, above Black Leopards on goal-difference.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 09:59 pm
Ajax only enjoy to beat Chiefs , Pirates and Sundowns dats why they will never win the league.
Anonymous
posted: 09:59 pm
Hebeeeee uSuthu heeeeebe usuthu
Anonymous
posted: 10:02 pm
For you Info Ajax has only manage to beat Zimfc this season so get your facts strait of else
Gucci Man
posted: 10:17 pm
Paraffin speed
Anonymous
posted: 10:28 pm
@ the dream f##l, ajax chowed sundowns 3-2..nx
Sburiser
posted: 10:36 pm
Hebe Usuthu hebe Usuthu Hebe Usuthu
Sburiser
posted: 10:38 pm
Inyokana ehlazana umabonwa abulawe
Anonymous
posted: 11:17 pm
Football it's like gabbling who expected loose frm Ajax de way they played de past 3 Games.it's painful
mahoota
posted: 11:19 pm
ths thing is clear now, the coach needs to continue using mbongeni mzimela rather than the old man kapuwa kapin
Anonymous
posted: 11:56 pm
ajax plays like this, its not suprising cos lat seasen theydid the same thing when they have 2 wil the legue.
Anonymous
posted: 04:21 am
I'm very much disappointed with kickoff for poor reporting.
Arrows lost to santos but you mr editor to give durbanites a point.
As far as I know arrows have 3points.
Please mr editor get your act together your standard of reporting is dropping fast and quick
tsikiyo
posted: 07:29 am
well done Amazulu ...u brought them back to mother earth ...!!!
Anonymous
posted: 07:32 am
Ajax was walloped 7-nil by AmazuluReal...Eish die pope het rerag gedaans!!!
RendoKhosi
posted: 07:55 am
The dream still dreaming maybe he was on this site midnyt Ajax 3 - 2 Downs. B4 u comment get ur facts ryt nxt tym pls
LUNCH BAR *obvious*
posted: 09:00 am
The headline was suppose to read thus:

'Chiefs "reject" shine to beat his former team'

What an irony from Stanton Lewis! Congrats!

I am a Chiefs supporter, but I think this boy will surprise many people, including VV and Bob Steak. WATCH THIS SPACE!
Ganadlha
posted: 09:49 am
Stanton Lewis-keep up boy u did the right thing just keep on scoring those crucial goals next season we will rob u to Gauteng Home of Champions.
ONCE N ALWAYS
Homeboy
posted: 10:15 am
I repeat, the match ended 4 nil in favour of Usuthu. I will repeat this score line until our next game with Pirates. I have all the reason to celebrate. Hebe Usuthu.
Sooper.
posted: 10:38 am
Just because Stanton scored a brace last nite now Chiefs made a mistake by releasing him common people stop being hypocrites he was given enough chances & he failed to deliver...

khosified klaar!!!
Anonymous
posted: 10:57 am
Well done to Amazulu for beating Ajax.however I feel strongly that Palmgren is not suitable coach for Amazulu F.C.
sia-sia wogqoyi
posted: 11:23 am
ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha tsho tsho tsho
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