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Platinum Stars beat AmaZulu

Posted: 28 April 2012 Time: 22:42

Platinum Stars beat AmaZulu 2-1 in a League match in Durban on Saturday night.

Ayanda Dlamini scored the only goal for the home side before Henrico Botes and Patrick Malokase found the back of the net for Cavin Johnson's side.

In the 37th minute AmaZulu came close to scoring when Ayanda Dlamini shot wide after receiving a pass from Ramson Zhuwawo, while Goodman Dlamini also sent his long range shot wide two minutes later.

The second half brought out the best from both sides as Usuthu took the lead in the 58th minute when Ayanda Dlamini buried the ball at the far post after receiving an accurate low pass from Goodman Dlamini.

However, the visitors leveled matters eight minutes later when Henrico Botes beat Kapini with a low first time shot after receiving a decent cross from Vuyo Mere.

Then the hosts were reduced to ten men in the 76th minute when defender Bukasa Kasonga deliberately handled the ball inside the area to block a shot from Botes.

Substitute Patrick Malokase stepped up to take the resulting penalty kick and made no mistake as he slotted the ball past Kapini to put his side ahead.

Stanton Lewis had a golden chance to draw his side level two minutes later when he found himself one-on-one with Jackson Mabokgwane, but his low shot was blocked by the goalkeeper.

Lindokuhle Mbatha squandered a great chance to extend the lead in the 84th minute following an excellent solo run but he shot wide from the centre of the penalty area.

Usuthu continued to push for the equaliser but it wasn't to be as Marc Van Heerden's freekick was pushed away by Mabokgwane deep into injury time, while Siyabonga Vilane was unlucky to see his effort blocked on the line by a teammate moments later.

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Anonymous
posted: 07:57 am
This loaning arrangement seems to be bearing fruits and I applaud it. Malokase is on form and his confidence has reached the all time high and this augurs well for the chances of returning to Bucs. Keeping banging them as you prepare yourself to come back home, son.
Anonymous
posted: 05:01 pm
Hade Usuthu next time usuthu
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