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Maritzburg put three past Chiefs

Posted: 14 September 2008 Time: 17:47

Kaizer Chiefs suffered their second straight defeat against minnows, as Maritzburg United beat them 3-2 on Sunday.

The goals game from Sipho Mngomezulu, Bryce Aka and Fadlu Davids for Maritzburg, while Tsepo Bulu and Jonathan Quartey scored for Chiefs.

Quartey also had a late penalty saved by Maritzburg keeper Hunter Gilstrap.

The game was extremely bad-tempered. Bulu was taken off in the 72nd minute with a suspected broken nose after being elbowed in the face by Gary Goldstone, for which Goldstone was warned but not sent off.

Maritzburg coach Gordon Igesund was sent off in the 90th minute for leaving his area, and Chiefs coach Muhsin Ertugral walked out of the post-match press conference after disagreeing with Maritzburg United assistant coach Clinton Larson.

Chiefs struck first in the sixth minute, when Gert Schalkwyk robbed Tony Tsabedze in the middle of the park, and put Bulu through for a one-on-one with Maritzburg keeper Gilstrap. Bulu beat the keeper and hit home into an open goal to make it 1-0 to the visitors.

In first half injury time Mngomezulu took a corner short to Tsabedze, who sent the ball back to Mngomezulu to shoot from the edge of the area. Chiefs keeper Itumeleng Khune looked to have it covered, but the ball went in through his hands and in to the back of the net. One-all.

In the 48th minute Tsabedze, from the middle of the park, sent a ball through to Davids on the right, who beat Jimmy Tau and squared to Aka in the middle. Aka shrugged off Quartey and finished past Khune to make it 2-1 to Maritzburg.

In the 71st minute Mandla Masango had a header saved by Gilstrip, and the ball fell for Quartey to hit home and even things out for Chiefs.

But it wasn’t long before Maritzburg were back on top, with more fine work from Mngomezulu, who made a great run down the right before crossing in for Davids to hit home from two metres out in the 85th minute.

In the 88th minute Chiefs were awarded a penalty after a push by Goldstone in the box, but Quartey had his effort saved by Gilstrap, and the game ended 3-2 to the home side.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 08:50 am
Games are not won in pre-season guys those young lads will never last in marathon long premiership, they will runn out of steam. Khune was terrable i don'y know how mushini gave him the go ahead, ahead of Baron when he was the one who was responsible for SA's recent losses. The young man is starting what every SA young man go through (let fame go to his head, the girls will destract him all the way to mvela if he's not carefull) my guess his pata pataing to much. hance his perfomance.
Anonymous
posted: 08:53 am
Jonas, you are just like your coach! (Arrogant, and ignorant). Chiefs have lost more games than they've won this season. Marathon or not, it very bad to lose 6 points in a league. Chiefs is an ordinary team that any team can beat, Thanda and United have proven that. Honestly speaking after this two league games do you see chiefs beating Ajax and Swallows in the next league games? I don't think so, after battling the second leg with swallows?
Anonymous
posted: 09:02 am
Guys let not blame Muhsin for the defeat, Did you see the mistakes that Khune made 1st goal, 2nd goal he was beaten in his near post and again do you expect Muhsin to go in the field at take a penalt?hell no. let the players shoulder the blame finish and klaar.
Anonymous
posted: 09:02 am
SORRY GUYS,,,,THE REASON OF THE FUNERAL COVER,,,,,ZERO POINTS FOR CHIEFS,,,,,EMBRACE YOURSELVES FOR THE CHIEFS WORST SEASON,,,MUHSIN STOP ACTING STUPID,,,,WALTER WAS SUSPENDED YOU ARE NEXT,,,,LOL..WWWWWWAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH RED INDIANS,,,,,
Anonymous
posted: 09:10 am
I want to warn you all ma-anti Chiefs out there especially wena Reeze, that we might be losing to the so-called sall team, mara Sundowns doens't have what it takes to keep us down this weekend. MARK MY WORDS. Rulani is spot on about you.

Now to my fellow Chiefs fans, let's not say anything bad about out Mushin, we've been through a lot with this guy and lets stick with him. we all know what happened to bafan bafana and we dont want that at naturrena.
Khosi4Life
Anonymous
posted: 09:11 am
The ultimate measure of a men lies not in never failing but in rising up each time they fall with this in mind I hope the chiefs youth brigade will prove to Sundowns that they can retain the form that makes everyones talk about them during the preseason.Good luck Muhsin giong to the final in the Chiefs happy hunting ground Absa Park Durban. Fact DBN rock!
Anonymous
posted: 09:16 am
Scorpion I wish u cld say that again after this comin saterday...nna I was jst stating the facts here...Whether U agree or disagree this is indeed a marathon...heee hee heee nna I won't run away baba ...phela I'm not a coward.many of u were saying u can't judge chiefs after winning just 2 games...but now da very same people ar da ones who ar judging chiefs by a mere 2 leaque games...se yeza on saterday ni zo nya.
Anonymous
posted: 09:24 am
Scorpion, I am around. Some people have gone underground. Chiefs lost the game and the fight. This is soccer for you
Kaizer Pap and Cabbage
posted: 09:42 am
I hope Santana is conviced now that Khune is no good goalkeeper. It looks like uMshini wama Draws is becoming uMshini wama loses. Up the odinaery Kaizer Chickens abaFana basePhepeni, They are only good on paper.
Anonymous
posted: 09:45 am
Bafazi nizophel induku!
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