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Posted: 10 November 2012 Time: 22:12

Kaizer Chiefs restored their four-point lead at the top of the Premiership with a 2-1 win over SuperSport United at a rainy Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday night.

Lehlohonolo Majoro continued his excellent form with two goals, while Kermit Erasmus scored Matsatsantsa’s consolation strike.

Chiefs were the first team to settle into a rhythm and opened the scoring midway through the first half. Siphiwe Tshabalala provided a low cross from the left flank and Lehlohonolo Majoro was left unmarked, easily finding the back of the net from close range.

Yet the Soweto side’s lead lasted just 10 minutes, as SuperSport levelled just after the half hour mark. A ball played across the middle of the park was whipped into the back of the net by Kermit Erasmus, who beat goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune’s right hand.

The teams exchanged periods of dominance in the remainder of the first half and the opening phase of the second, though Matsatsantsa were hit by an ankle injury to striker Atusaye Nyondo, which saw him replaced by Thabiso Nkoana.

On 65 minutes Chiefs surged back in front through another well-taken goal by Majoro. On this occasion the forward fended off the attentions of Mor Diouf to slide home a diagonal long-ball from defender Eric Mathoho.

Though United pushed hard for an equaliser late in the game, it was Chiefs who came closest to adding to the score in the 88th minute when Bernard Parker hit the post and substitute Kingston Nkhatha just missed out on the rebound.

HOME: SuperSport United

  • 30 Ronwen Williams
  • 5 Mor Diouf
  • 14 Lucas Thwala
  • 16 Bevan Fransman
  • 26 Thabo September
  • 40 Davies Nkausu
  • 4 Moffat Mdluli
  • 37 Sameehg Doutie
    70 mins - Franklin Cale
  • 11 Sibusiso Zuma
    75 mins - Nathan Paulse
  • 17 Atusaye Nyondo
    52 mins - Thabiso Nkoana
  • 95 Kermit Erasmus

AWAY: Kaizer Chiefs

  • 32 Itumeleng Khune
  • 2 Tefu Mashamaite
  • 3 Erick Mathoho
  • 23 Keegan Ritchie
  • 32 Siboniso Gaxa
  • 6 Reneilwe Letsholonyane
  • 9 Josta Dladla
    57 mins - George Lebese
  • 14 Siphiwe Tshabalala
    92 mins - Lincoln Zvasiya
  • 31 Willard Katsande
  • 25 Bernard Parker
  • 45 Lehlohonolo Majoro
    85 mins - Kingston Nkhatha

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Previous comments on this story...

2nd Star Washelela
posted: 10:14 pm
The only team that hasn't been beaten, I see the end of that record very soon.
The Phefeni Boy
posted: 10:16 pm
Love and Peace...we are marching on......Asijiki.
posted: 10:16 pm
And the league is gone......all hail the champions
Khosiologyst ...''Echte Liebe''
posted: 10:16 pm
Asjiki's a long road ahead......Tortoises love rain, we were never going to lose this 1

Another week ON TOP!
posted: 10:17 pm
Willard "stop-nonsense" Katsande what a game he had...a hard faught win, its 3 points away 4rm home.....we are marching on

posted: 10:17 pm
Pirates catch us if you can
posted: 10:17 pm
Different chiefs to what I’m accustomed to, 1st few minutes b4 that goal I was rather unsettled as SSU meant business. Thank God we managed to build from that goal
posted: 10:18 pm
We marching on. Pirates catching us kuphi khona. We rising, catch us if u can.

Khosi for life
posted: 10:18 pm
We won't stop the magic! Sorry our Noisy Neighbours we could not 3-0 to avenge your drubbing but secon round we'll definately do thar. Shapa Khosi shapaaa...!
posted: 10:19 pm
Operation Hunt Zebra continues...shapa khosi will catch, NO-ONE!..there is no way the RATS can catch ZEBRAS
Mthinayi (Bugs Killer)
posted: 10:19 pm
Let them sweat for second position.

Amakhosi are wining waya waya
bruno wa LeKhosi
posted: 10:19 pm
Lerato le Kgotso
posted: 10:20 pm
Today we needed all the luck in the world to win this game.....none the less 3 points is what is important. Taking a game at a time. Reclaiming Glory and Rise
posted: 10:20 pm
The battle of the undefeated.... kuphi khona? You remain undefeated if you ve been playing the minnows.
Shappa Khosi
Sxokzin WaLeKhosi
posted: 10:21 pm
First half, not so good. Second half, much improved. Again, our strike force is deadly. Look at tha top scorer chart. Ngijabule ngempela!
sipjoe wa lekhosi
posted: 10:21 pm
Naturena born killer
posted: 10:21 pm
We r marching in de line of of God, we are marching in de of Gold, we r marching, r marching, we r marching in de line of God "singing"

Khosi till I die
posted: 10:22 pm
It is amazing that the only thing that Robert Marawa saw in this match is Ritchie pulling the jersey . He kept boring us about it just like he does on Mondays ,instead of allowing us to talk about weekend soccer results , he will endlessly interview ,rugby , basket ball and what not sport people.

Thanks Khosi $ Life , sebayawa ngokuthuka . Shabba must stop being selfissh man, Chiefs is not his fishshop business . Well done boys
posted: 10:22 pm
I'd like to send a huge shout out to uRise nd Glory our two beloved tortoises are doin a gr8 job 4 us...."Its a marathon" as most Rats call it, wat a derby we gna have if both teams keep on winning till the 8th...

We are not invinsible, but we are very determined...asjiki

posted: 10:22 pm
When we up the Tempo no one can stop Us.............@Hlabarito can u remind this gorillas about the comments they posted earlier khosi lam
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