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Golden Arrows play University of Pretoria

Posted: 1 March 2014 Time: 15:17

University of Pretoria beat Golden Arrows 4-2 in a Premiership match at the King Zwelithini Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

AmaTuks' goals were scored by a Thabo Mnyamane brace, Thabo Mosadi and Atusaye Nyondo while Bongi Ntuli and Thanduyise Khuboni scored for Arrows.

AmaTuks were without club captain Tebogo Monyai and striker Geofrey Massa due to suspension, but Steve Barker welcomed back Buhle Mkhwanazi who filled in for Monyai while Atusaye Nyondo started up-front alongside Mnyamane.

Arrows started the encounter with more urgency as they looked to bag three points in an attempt to climb off the foot of the table.

Ntuli gave the hosts the lead on the half-hour mark following a sustained spell of pressure.

Deon Hotto made a charging run down the right flank before playing in Ntuli who found the back of the net via the underside of the crossbar, 1-0.

Tuks found the equaliser through Mnyamane eight minutes later, 1-1.

The young striker who joined Tuks from varsity rivals NWU-Pukke at the start of the campaign ran onto a through ball by Raymond Monama before producing a superb finish with the outside of his foot from the edge of the area to bag his third goal of the campaign.

Mnyamane’s strike was AmaTuks first goal away from home this season.

Golden Arrows 1-1 University of Pretoria at the break.

Thabo Mosadi handed Tuks the lead with a composed finish in the 69th minute.

The AmaTuks attacker latched onto a long-ball by Grant Kekana before skinning Arthur Bartman and sliding the ball into the back of the net to give the visitors the lead, 1-2.

Thanduyise Khuboni pulled the home side level in the 78th minute from the penalty spot after Ronald Ketjijere brought down Ntlantla Zothwane inside the area, 2-2.

Nyondo though restored the visitors lead a minute later.

The Malawian marksman ran onto a long ball by Washington Arubi before chipping the ball over Bartman from an acute angle.

Mnyamane completed his brace in the 86th minute with a cool finish after beating the offside trap.

The win moves AmaTuks up to 11th while Arrows remain rooted to the bottom of the table.

Livefyre comments on this story...

boyalesibanapaul
posted: 2014-03-01 15:40:06

arrows is going for relegation

smarties
posted: 2014-03-01 15:41:54

Poor Arrows mhhh nkosi yammm

401
posted: 2014-03-01 15:44:24

Ayikho lenyo ye Arrows. Let them resign b4 its too late!!!

Wavhudi
posted: 2014-03-01 15:46:46

Arrows is going to the NFD....yeah NFD

Harambe
posted: 2014-03-01 15:50:00

Arrows must ask for a sponsor ko Jwayelani or Cambrige Food, akunabadlali phela la, players agents must start looking for teams for Arrows players otherwise they will be relagated from business class to economy class

COLONEL99
posted: 2014-03-01 15:53:23

its curtains for arrows

qudeni
posted: 2014-03-01 15:55:36

Athur Bartman should have stayed on retirement now he is being exposed who would want to be coach langxowa

SphaMtolo
posted: 2014-03-01 16:07:33

i hope Pirates will return the favor and give back those 3 points they were getting from them in order to win PSL.... im from KZN DBN across the Road to Lamont but with their dirty dealings about players to give to Pirates if KC wants them.... i dont care they must just go to NFD

khosi4lifee
posted: 2014-03-01 16:32:34

SphaMtolo I Agree with u , lereserve side yePirates must go . They hate Chiefs and I wonder why . bcos of lenzondo yabo ,AmaKhosi ahlala ajabulile bona bahlala kwabafileyo .

khosi4lifee
posted: 2014-03-01 16:37:53

I would rather have iChippa United than this useless club in the PSL . They have no support , they change coaches like socks and they hate Chiefs ,mabashaywe baphume . They add no value in futbol .  Where is Thanda Royals ? They should replace the fumbling Arrows

PhiweKhoza
posted: 2014-03-01 20:28:19

This Pirates development team will be relegated come end of the season.

budaluda
posted: 2014-03-01 21:57:34

Point of correction. Thabo Mnyamane joined TUKS from NWU - Mafikeng Campus (Soccer Institue), not PUKKE.

DingisaGodwill
posted: 2014-03-02 11:22:06

Ayeye Scara Ayeye

Mamelodi Sundowns
posted: 2014-03-03 10:54:49

If you call keeperz from retirement where they are many young strars outside....from Margate to Pongola...Bergville to DBN. You still expect good results....i think Mato shes high...wunga strait

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