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Match report: Golden Arrows beat University of Pretoria

Posted: 13 February 2013 Time: 22:16

A brace from Bongani Ntuli handed Golden Arrows their first away win of the season, as they defeated University of Pretoria 2-0 at Tuks Stadium on Wednesday night.

Pavel Steinbors was called into action in the second minute, when he was forced to parry away a header from Mame Niang after a cross by Dumisani Ngwenya.

On eight minutes the visitors threatened, with Ntlantla Zothwane picking out Bongani Ntuli with a cross, but the attacker’s header flashed over the crossbar without testing Washington Arubi.

The teams then traded tame long-range shots before Zothwane let fly from 30 yards in the 37th minute and forced Arubi into an excellent save, with the Zimbabwean tipping the ball over the crossbar for a corner-kick.

Six minutes later the University side came close to breaking the deadlock through another headed chance for Niang, but the Senegalese’s effort went just wide.

The home side were made to pay for missing their opportunities just before half-time when Ntuli put Abafana Bes’thende ahead. The midfielder scored with a right-footed shot from within the penalty area after some slack defending by Tuks.

Just before the hour mark, AmaTuks looked to bring themselves level through a shot from Thabo Mosadi, but Steinbors did well to punch the well struck effort away and keep his side in the lead.

The Arrows keeper pulled off another excellent save in the 82nd minute, tipping over a header from Buhle Mkhwanazi that looked destined to find the back of the net, and then Ntuli scored his second in the 89th minute to wrap up the three points for Arrows.

Previous comments on this story...

Queen 2the Chiefs
posted: 10:42 pm
Hardy Tuks,for some reason its been hard to win in ur own yard,sumthing must b done,lyk seriously
Qseven
posted: 11:05 pm
next time Tekkies..
maphul 'inkomo
posted: 11:35 pm
MMangoba mngithi is the only answer
THE GOLD & BLACK GLORY
posted: 03:04 am
Ronald Ketjijere and Petrus Shitembi.... well done homeboys. Keep pushing...
Khosi my Religion - 2012/2013 PSL Champions
posted: 07:37 am
this match was probably fixed as well.
SistaMonica
posted: 08:08 am
I have a feeling that TUKS will be one of the teams fighting relegation
Vuvu
posted: 08:35 am
@ Khosi my Religionposted: 07:37 am | Report
this match was probably fixed as well.

You are out of your mind now,you better stop watching football you think this way.Who is going to benefit from this mid-table result.
DTC Spiritual Owner AKA Jomo Sono
posted: 08:37 am
Andile Jali 15 has added another victim last night. I saw Cale biting grass last night. Tjo le ntwana iya baba. Below are all Jali's victims and more are still to follow

Franklin Cale
Yeye
Hlompho Kekana
Nengomashe

Once and Always until Zebra like DA acklowlede that Pirate like ANC will rule until Jesus comes back. Chiefs benefited from Apartheid footback administration of Abdull Bamjee and that time is long gone. its a shame that some chiefs suppoteres are still living in the past glory.
sakhumza
posted: 08:08 pm
Thıs ıs the moment of truth, only the strong wıll survıve come May. Arrows ıs back. I 4see dısaster ın Western Cape; Ajax, Chıppa one of them wıll get relagated. Remembr thıs
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