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Kaizer Chiefs beat Black Leopards 3-1

Posted: 20 February 2013 Time: 21:23

Kingston Nkhatha scored against his former club as Kaizer Chiefs beat Black Leopards 3-1 at Peter Mokaba on Wednesday night.

Tefu Mashamaite had given Chiefs a fourth minute lead from a corner-kick.

Joshua Obaje levelled matters just before the break from a quick counter before Nkhatha netted to restore Chiefs' lead on 65 minutes, and Lucky Baloyi's goal in injury time made sure of the three points.

It was a valiant display from Leopards, but that could not earn them the points.

Amakhosi were given a boost in the match as Morgan Gould returned to starting line-up after his six-month injury lay-off.

In the fourth minute Siphiwe Tshabalala did well to deliver a corner kick to Gould inside the box and it was the defender who directed the effort to Mashamaite, with the centre-back making no errors in putting it past the goalkeeper.

In the 18th minute Leopards showed some urgency in their search for the equaliser and Mongezi Bobe tested Itumeleng Khune from the left of the byline.

Then the Chiefs shot-stopper pulled off the save of the match in the 23rd minute, when he pushed Brian Amidu’s effort onto the upright before gathering the rebound.

Leopards were putting Chiefs under pressure and they tested their luck through Djunga Munganga, who had a shot from 30 yards on the half hour mark.

And their insistence paid off when Obaje beat Khune at the near post with an easy tap-in three minutes from the half-time break.

Abel Makhubela opted to make a change at the start of the second half, bringing on David Zulu in place of Amidu.

Azwindini Maphaha was forced into making a save off Bernard Parker’s 60th minute set-piece, and five minutes later Chiefs put themselves ahead for the second time.

Reneilwe Letsholonyane supplied a through-ball to Nkhatha, who struck it first time with a powerful shot, which shook the back of the net despite Leopards’ goalkeeper having got his fingertips to it.

Despite the pressure from the home side, Chiefs left Polokwane with the glory, when a goal from the substitute Lucky Baloyi in the 94th minute sealed the win and left Stuart Baxter’s side smiling.

Previous comments on this story...

The Phefeni Boy
posted: 09:25 pm
Well done boys......
Shamase
posted: 09:26 pm
Nice one boys this is what we want!
Takesure RDS
posted: 09:27 pm
Mr shower-strike man scored haha
mduduzim
posted: 09:27 pm
the zebras r scoring a lot of goals, well done makhosikazi
Sgoloza82 *Golden Champ*
posted: 09:28 pm
Another week... ON TOP...
RTG... Rise Khosi Rise...
Gcwabe(The Bank Robber)
posted: 09:29 pm
The fumigation continues!
El Sol
posted: 09:30 pm
Congrats gents, not a great atmosphere in Old Peter Mokaba but we got the 3points..dankie Sherrif, dankie Marshal dankie Inkatha..Shabalala akahambe aye kwi Signdowns @the end of the season ayodla imali, ufile lomuntu MaKhosi..who's next? Clive Barker ? Nizonya..Le fekile iKho6
TENNY.
posted: 09:30 pm
Platinum stars go back to fightng fo top8 finish n liv dis fight b twin us n RATZ
Lacoste_AM-A-Khosi
posted: 09:31 pm
Dankie Khosi. 3goals 3points=3smiles. The changes I asked for were better. Pity we didn't see KJ7 for Ngcobo.
Xaviesta
posted: 09:32 pm
3goals 3 points
fifties
posted: 09:32 pm
Still rising 11 games Togo
Matt/ Tremble4Da2ndStarChamps
posted: 09:32 pm
Mxim... Useless Pink Leopards!

Yeah if you want something you have to do it yourself! Let the Bucs wreck havoc on these thieves from Nazoorena!

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Up The Bucs!
Erny13 wa Lekhosi
posted: 09:32 pm
Rise khosi rise ...
Erny13 wa Lekhosi
posted: 09:33 pm
Rise khosi rise ...
T'zozo
posted: 09:33 pm
I welcome the three points with open arms. But I'm worried about the way we conceded the goal. Makhosi Gaxa is a disaster waiting to happen. The guy is making a lot of mistakes. It is time the coach gives Moleko a chance.
Skhumba
posted: 09:33 pm
3 Points @ the time!!
fifties
posted: 09:33 pm
Hu do nyiwa season heyi
Queen 2the Chiefs
posted: 09:34 pm
Now that is glamourous,thank u for taking all points to Naturena

Gold is rare
T'zozo
posted: 09:34 pm
Chibuku FC were saved by muti tonite. They played kak as usual. Sies ke dimpya dilo tse.
shantylino
posted: 09:35 pm
Beating a team without a coach,is it worth celebrating?just asking!
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