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Amajita beat Ethiopia in African Youth Championships qualifier

Posted: 11 May 2014 Time: 20:47

The South African Men’s Under-20 side, Amajita, beat Ethiopia 2-0 in the first-leg 2015 African Youth Championships qualifier played in Addis Ababa on Sunday.

Two goals in the second half by substitute Tshepo Chaine and Siyanda Ngubo in the 68th and 85th minute was enough give Amajita the victory.

South Africa could have opened the scoring as early as the 4th minute when Denwin Farmer’s glancing header went narrowly wide of the Ethiopian goal after the visitors were awarded a free-kick.

Two minutes later the hosts also saw their attempt go over the bar.

Ethiopia had more ball possession but could not penetrate the solid South African defence.

Ngubo came close again in the 28th minute, but his shot was stopped off the line with the keeper in no man’s land as the match went into the break goalless.

The home side nearly took the lead shortly after the restart with only goalkeeper Dumisani Msibi to beat, but he was equal to the task, using his legs to stop the shot.

In the 63rd minute Chaine ame on for Pule Maraisane and five minutes later the move paid off as Chaine scored into an empty net after Ngubo did all the hard work near the corner beating a defender before squaring passing to Chaine who made no mistake.

Five minutes before the final whistle South Africa got a free-kick and Maphosa Modiba floated it into the box where Ngubo pushed it past the goalkeeper to give the visitors a 2-0 lead ahead of the home second leg in two week’s time.

There was further drama when Gach Matay was red carded for a dangerous tackle on Chaine after the referee had blown the final whistle.

Livefyre comments on this story...

sky4life
posted: 2014-05-11 18:58:45

welldone boys! dont be like zebra and choke at the last moment.  less talk more win.

Koning
posted: 2014-05-11 20:10:29

Well done boys,i hope you qualify for the African championships.Shakes is doing a good job.


bucaneer 4 lyf
posted: 2014-05-11 20:44:06

Well done boys 4 showing these bunch of loosers 4rm BB how its done

Phenyoza
posted: 2014-05-12 05:41:47

Ngubo... Will we ever see this boy lead the front line at Pirates? I wonder

Thousandaire
posted: 2014-05-12 05:50:24

I wish this Khawuntri to qualify for few tournaments before it hosts any competition. In South African instance a team that loses at one stage in the tournament is better that the one that compete for the virtue of hosting. However, there are exception sporting nations like Brasilia

goldnation
posted: 2014-05-12 06:07:55

Phenyoza ngubo is not a striker is a midfielder


mphoza
posted: 2014-05-12 06:24:38

Thank god parker was not there we all know wat could have happen if he there

Velibanti (Gone but not Forgotten)
posted: 2014-05-12 06:34:49

mphoza  

so Parker is still eligible to play for amajita?

awe...

Phenyoza
posted: 2014-05-12 06:37:40

goldnation Phenyoza He plays upfront the entire time... Why would his nickname be "Rooney"? He's a striker

Phenyoza
posted: 2014-05-12 06:38:33

Velibanti mphoza If Bukenya is eligible to play u23, i can't see why Parker can't play u20

Phenyoza
posted: 2014-05-12 06:39:59

goldnation Phenyoza

Name in native country: Siyanda Sphephelo Ngubo 

Date of birth: 04.12.1996 

 Age: 17 

Nationality: South Africa 

 Position: Striker - Centre Forward 

Market value: -


Velibanti (Gone but not Forgotten)
posted: 2014-05-12 06:40:09

Phenyoza mphoza

hehehe...you are crazy...

awe...

The Light
posted: 2014-05-12 06:45:28

@Mphoza...He would have scored 2 goals for his home country...Ethiopia.

Bashin
posted: 2014-05-12 06:48:43

Anyone know when is the return leg and the venue?? Admin? Anyone?

Velibanti (Gone but not Forgotten)
posted: 2014-05-12 06:50:28

Bashin  

no return leg because Amajita have already won the game.

awe...

mphoza
posted: 2014-05-12 06:54:01

Phenyoza Velibanti mphoza  lols

mphoza
posted: 2014-05-12 06:54:55

goldnation Phenyoza  he is a striker boss

khosimynation
posted: 2014-05-12 06:58:34

Good win indeed, can we support these boys this time around. Can the media also ensures that the nation is well informed on the boys whereabouts. Can one millionare out there also ensure that the games get televised.

OGee
posted: 2014-05-12 07:24:59

Well done boys. Your the future of Bafana Bafana

Bucselonah
posted: 2014-05-12 08:04:01

well done Gents, keep the good spirit going through all your battles. South Africa is behind you


Go South Africa!!

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