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SuperSport United beat Kaizer Chiefs

Posted: 30 November 2011 Time: 21:15

SuperSport United maintained their unbeaten start to the 2011/12 League season with a 2-0 win against Kaizer Chiefs on Wednesday evening.

The top-of-the-table clash in Polokwane saw Matsatsantsa leading at the break thanks to Moffat Mdluli’s goal, and they wrapped up the points with 10 minutes left when Tebogo Langerman netted.

SuperSport started strongly and had early chances through Anthony Laffor and Ashley Hartog, though neither was able to get their efforts on target and trouble goalkeeper Arthur Bartman.

Amakhosi gradually worked themselves into the game and began to probe at United’s defence. On 17 minutes Lehlohonolo Majoro had a chance to open the scoring, but Ronwen Williams came up with a good save.

Ten minutes before half-time SuperSport went ahead through Mdluli, with the midfielder taking advantage of some slack defending to score from close range.

It could have been 2-0 on 43 minutes when Langerman had a sight of goal from inside the area, but this time Bartman did enough to block the effort.

Chiefs coach Vladimir Vermezovic made two changes early in the second half, with Abia Nale and Lucky Baloyi coming off the bench to add some vigour and mobility to their midfield. The latter had a good chance to bring the visitors level on 73 minutes, but he shot wide of the target from a tight angle.

Just a minute later Bernard Parker forced Williams into an excellent save, with the young keeper tipping the Bafana Bafana forward’s shot round his post.

And Matsatsantsa effectively killed off the game as a contest on 79 minutes when Langerman turned home a cross from substitute Kermit Erasmus to make it 2-0.

Chiefs had a couple of chances late on through youngster George Lebese, but Williams had an answer for every question asked of him and ended the game with a clean sheet.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 09:36 pm
ronnan williams...
W.o.w wat a keeper....!!!
Gone are days of cowne...!!!
...........
Khune reigns as hlokoloza conductor are over!!! I can safely say....ronnen williams our answer!!!
Anonymous
posted: 09:38 pm
Lolest... kwakwakwakwa...
Anonymous
posted: 09:38 pm
I predicted so, the majority vote sometimes just means many fools are on one side
Anonymous
posted: 09:39 pm
V.vv mst go
Anonymous
posted: 09:41 pm
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha I like soka these days

Anonymous
posted: 09:42 pm
VV run out of ideas now.time for him to go
Anonymous
posted: 09:42 pm
fuck VV.
Anonymous
posted: 09:42 pm
Shapa Matsatsantsa shapa!! Sundowns until my son becomes a pensioner.
The General - Soccer Dude
posted: 09:44 pm
I SUPPOSE WE ARE IN FOR THE USUAL SONG "VV MUST GO" SING IT WITH ME.... UP THE BUCS
NSL
posted: 09:44 pm
VV must just do the rite thing and leave skhathele man hai suka and these players nabo bacwele amasimba
Anonymous
posted: 09:45 pm
Please Kaizer Motaung fire this good for nothing VV. It's clear he can't motivate the players anymore. They have lost all the respect for him. With Sundowns coming at the weekend, Motaung better sack VV before we take it upon ourselves to do hound VV from the team.
Anonymous
posted: 09:45 pm
Wat can l say,l lov the boys,where r the zebras fans those who just talk without thinking,l think that they hav learned a lesson today,shapa matsatsantsa shapa.
Anonymous
posted: 09:47 pm
thanx 2 Bobby nd vv nw we r a lafin stock
Anonymous
posted: 09:49 pm
Chimps is disappointing at times.we wanted them to win or draw to create competition.
Anonymous
posted: 09:49 pm
Bobby's quality has come through.So the next game is a draw.Jah neh,this family team is making us to be laughing stock.Fire the Bobby,his quality & the coach.
Ntokzin
posted: 09:51 pm
Hehehehehehehe yakhali induku!!! when we told these donkeys about their average donkeys and their loudmouth coach,they hauled all sorts of insults to us..hehehehe they were busy talking k@@k about Leal...now that the chickens have come home to roast (pun intended) we hear all sorts of songs 'VV must go'...hehehehe pls Masandawana just finish these donkeys on sunday.....VV the special one my foot!!!!! in fact he is the talkative one...
Gucci Man
posted: 09:52 pm
Pathetic, hopeless ,use-less, coach-less, direction-less , vision-less , win-less , trophy-less ,commitment-less, pride-less ,confidence-less and disgrace
Thanks V V for being consistent with your pathetic tactics and thanks to all the players as well for making sure that we continue making us disappointed and frustration towards Xmas & New Year .

Congratulations to Emanology(KING) and Becareless(Motlakoa)…lol

My blood is Gold & Black
Anonymous
posted: 09:55 pm
Gone r those days !climate change is affecting family spaza shop !wanya. Wanya wanya
Anonymous
posted: 09:58 pm
I am loving it!!! Football 101 was mastered at the University of Orlando.
Anonymous
posted: 09:58 pm
Once a FAMILY BUSINESS alwayz hurt attack
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