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Black Leopards beat Santos on League clash

Posted: 28 March 2012 Time: 22:05

Two early goals in the second half from Rodney Ramagalela and Thomas Madimba handed Black Leopards a 2-1 win over Santos in a League match at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Wednesday night.

While Eleazar Rodgers scored the consolation goal for Santos it was merely that as the loss saw them drop into the relegation zone while the win lifted the home side above the People’s Team on the log into 14th place.

The first 45 minutes was a half the home side dominated in terms of possession and dictating the terms of play on the pitch.

Leopards’ first real shot on goal came in the 33rd minute, but it was a wayward effort from Madimba as his 25-yard thunderbolt sailed well wide.

Three minutes before the halftime whistle, Santos were bitterly unlucky not to go in front when Wana struck the woodwork with a 25-yard shot. His effort had the beating of the keeper, but hit the right-hand post and bounced away from danger.

Two minutes after the restart the home side were able to take the lead after a swift passing movement saw Ramagalela in some space ten-yards out from goal and he made no mistake with a clinical finish to give his side the lead, 1-0.

In the 55th minute Madimba scored a peach of a goal to double his side’s lead as he superbly volleyed home from 18-yards out, 2-0.

Santos, though, quickly hit back when they were awarded a penalty three minutes later after the referee adjudged Humphrey Khoza to have handled the ball inside the box.

Rodgers coolly stepped up and pulled a goal back for the visitors, 2-1, which made for a frantic final half hour.

In the 62nd minute, second half substitute, Riaan Eugene should have levelled matters when he got on the end of a Wana cross, but completely miscued his shot from six-yards out as it went well wide.

Fourteen minutes later and Nasief Morris came extremely close to scoring the equaliser when he met a right-wing cross from Pattison. Morris, though, headed inches wide from only four-yards out.

In the end Leopards were able to hold onto the win and claimed a vital three points in the league which lifts them above Santos into 14th and thus dropping the People’s Team into the relegation zone.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 11:40 pm
Mzansi watchout 4 raymond magic feet monama wat a player
Brown
posted: 12:47 am
That would be interesting. If u are wondering of what I am talking about. Look for who Santos will be Playing on the 7th of April. (check Santos Upcoming fixtures on Kickoff).
Santos will be Playing Santos in the league.
charlmuis
posted: 07:57 am
Santos u going to relegation for moering bucs, ask black aces lol
charlmuis
posted: 07:59 am
le lena le a phapha santos u thnk u clever u beat bucs and u thnk u r the best
InterSam aka Nkope
posted: 08:03 am
Thanks Leopard really i dont want loss you to MVELA. Please just win win win and win. For local fans who supported Chiefs at Peter Mokaba you a mampara
gogowami
posted: 09:22 am
I am very impressed by the way Leopard is playing, and please God help Santos to be relegated I'm tired of them winning when their ar playing with big teams.
Anonymous
posted: 09:47 am
HOW DID SANTOS BEAT PIRATES?
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