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Kaizer Chiefs came from a goal down to beat Moroka Swallows on Saturday evening

Posted: 20 April 2013 Time: 19:52

Kaizer Chiefs came from a goal down to beat Moroka Swallows 3-1 in a League match on Saturday evening.

The Dube Birds took an early lead through Giorgi Nergadze, but Chiefs responded through a brace from Bernard Parker before George Lebese added a third late in the second half.

The home side came close to taking the lead in the third minute when Siyabonga Nomvete beat Itumeleng Khune with a thunderous strike from the edge of the box, but the veteran was denied by the crossbar.

Greg Etafia then pulled off two good saves at the other end, denying George Lebese in the ninth minute before stopping another effort from Kingston Nkhatha in five minutes later.

Swallows broke the deadlock in the 20th minute when Nergadze nodded home at the far post, connecting with Lerato Chabangu’s corner.

The hosts had a golden chance to double their lead five minutes later when they were awarded a penalty as Chabangu went down inside the box under a challenge from Khune.

Katlego Mashego beat Khune twice from the spot, but was ordered to retake his penalty kick on both occasions as Nomvete was guilty of encroachment.

Khune took advantage of the situation as he dived to his right to stop the former Orlando Pirates striker’s third effort.

Chiefs leveled matters in the 31st minute as Parker collected a back-heeled pass from Nkhatha before drilling a low shot across Etafia and into the back of the net.

Zeca Marques’ side applied pressure early in the second half but Nomvete and Lefa Tsutsulupa were denied by good defensive blocks in the 47th minute.

Nkhatha should have put his side ahead a minute later when he got in ahead of Etafia to meet a cross from Tshabalala, only to send his header over the crossbar.

However, Chiefs did take the lead six minutes later as Parker fired home from inside the box after receiving a cutback cross from Siyabonga Nkosi.

Lebese sealed the comeback win in the 72nd minute as he broke the offside trap to latch onto a pass from Tshabalala before placing the ball past Etafia.

Previous comments on this story...

xqzit
posted: 07:54 pm
BA BOLAYE KHOSI......WAT A GUTTED PERFORMANCE. MY BLOOD IS BLACK AND GOLD FOR LYF
The Phefeni Boy
posted: 07:54 pm
3 Golden points in the bag

Please show 2 Golden fingers up

Love & Peace
Hangwanie
posted: 07:54 pm
What do u expect from kings......we rolling, no one can catch us....hehehehehehe Platinum catching us, kuphi khona......hehehhehheheeeee Pirates out, Platinum out...where is Sundowns.......
tebotouch
posted: 07:55 pm
buyile qubule
outdoned yourself today .
You know had he allowed the scored penalty .result would be different .
AlQaeda 2012/13 PSL Champ
posted: 07:55 pm
Man of the match should be Nkosi not Parker
Naturena born killer
posted: 07:55 pm
Well done to the CHAMPIONS Elect!

Rise Khosi Rise
The Phefeni Boy
posted: 07:56 pm
Siyabonga Nkosi and Willard Katsande......what a game they had.....Holla magents
solkezner
posted: 07:56 pm
Bernard Parker praising S Nkosi for the Midfield role he played.....now dats what we call Team spirit.............................................................................................................................................................K4L
KhosiZi
posted: 07:56 pm
Banyile, Khosi is on fire so birtcheesss sit down and listen Phefeni clan has spoken.
The President
posted: 07:56 pm
Nkosi, Katsande and Masilela, what a game!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The President
posted: 07:56 pm
Nkosi, Katsande and Masilela, what a game!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
TENNY.
posted: 07:57 pm
2games to go then dis BIG cup wil b paraded in orlando, RTG!!
AlQaeda 2012/13 PSL Champ
posted: 07:57 pm
Gucci man please reverse your words about Nkosi
The Phefeni Boy
posted: 07:57 pm
KUZONYIWA THIS SEASON.......ASIJIKI THINA
Gold & Black Rhino
posted: 07:57 pm
The Next Victim is Platinum Stars and After That the Absa Title is Going to Naturena Village. Love & Peace...
Jealous Down
posted: 07:57 pm
Nothing to say anymore, what can one say about the team that keeps winning? Just let the haters take out their disappointment and jealous. Rise Khosi Rise!
tshipi ka bo yellow
posted: 07:58 pm
that was not a march KO. it was a brown envelope. If I was zebra support I wouldn't celebrate this controversial win. See Downs tomorrow win fairly and square.
Queen \"Royal\\" Glamour Gal
posted: 07:58 pm
CHIEFS WON BY 6 WICKETS(POINTS)
Frank White (The Khosi Extremist )
posted: 07:58 pm
fuuuuuuucccccccck yeah!!!!
Now we in business!!!
The boyz are back in town!!!!!
oh and one last thing: FaaK NESPRAY!!
Jealous Down
posted: 07:59 pm
I don't see this one going down to the wire anymore!
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