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Kaizer Chiefs striker Shaun Bartlett opened the scoring.

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Chiefs beat Students

Posted: 20 February 2008 Time: 22:31

Kaizer Chiefs secured their first win of 2008 when they beat BidVest Wits 2-0 in an Absa Premiership clash at BidVest Stadium on Wednesday night.

Shaun Bartlett and substitute David Obua scored the goals to secure the crucial points for the Amakhosi.

The visitors made their intentions clear from the offset and were rewarded in the 12th minute when the impressive Onismor Bhasera crossed from the left for former Bafana Bafana striker Shaun Bartlett to head home.

Chiefs should have doubled their lead in the 18th minute when Bartlett shot wide of goal from close range, after latching onto a good cross by winger Arthur Zwane.

The hosts struggled to breach the Amakhosi defence, so much so, that they were forced to resort to long range efforts on Itumeleng Khune’s goal, none which seriously threatened Chiefs.

The first real chance for the Students arrived in the 34th minute when Phil Evans saw his shot cleared off the line by Mokete Tsotetsi, following a good build-up by the hosts.

The score remained 1-0 at the break.

BidVest Wits looked a much improved side in the second half when and should have leveled matters in the 71st minute when substitute Samuel Senokoane missed from close range after receiving a good pass from Clive Moyo-Modise.

The effort by the hosts seemed to spur Chiefs into action as they then piled the pressure on Moeneeb Josephs’ goal, with the Bafana Bafana keeper pulling off a superb save to deny Kaizer Motaung Jnr in the 74th minute.

However, there was not much Josephs could do when Obua slotted home from inside the area after latching onto a good pass by Bhasera.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 10:03 am
proffesor i thought u got fired for playing on the net.i missed ur stupid he hes.chief will win the leage.wich one of u idiots wants to bet
Anonymous
posted: 10:18 am
LUCKY GOAL!!!
Anonymous
posted: 10:21 am
Fox,are you sick? wakeup bra stop anoying us with your lousy dreams.you stupid idiot
Anonymous
posted: 10:22 am
PROFF IM NOT ANGRY BUT NO-ONE OF GET MONEY TO BE A SOCCER FAN,SO WIN OR LOOSE ITS THE SAME.

IM IN THE SKY!! I NEED DIRECTIONS TO CHLOORKOP GENTS.
Anonymous
posted: 10:22 am
Fox: go get a glass of cold water ndoda- udakiwe. Chiefs? League? Maybe une Malaria
Anonymous
posted: 10:27 am
Saddam I know the yellow ugly village somewhere near Thembisa or shit like or is it kempton Park. But Igesund is not there, him and Patrice are having a meeting in Motsepe's private jet over the mediterrenian' I think he is going to throw him out!
Anonymous
posted: 10:28 am
FOX 4GT MA BROTHER,THEY WON BCOS THEY WANNA KEEP MUSHIN SO THAT DEY CAN DRAW ALL THEIR LAST GAMES!!
Anonymous
posted: 10:31 am
SADDAM: Go to the Shell website, they've got good maps there Madala. Alternatevly Hit the N1 North, go past midrand and Centurion. Once there look out for a lot of Diadora T shirts then ask around. Gordon will be the first high profile coach to be axed, then Mushin, the Gorowa "The race". Then Clive Barker. Hauuuweeeng Baannaa
Anonymous
posted: 10:31 am
IF THEY DNT FIRE GORDON MUBS,I'LL B NO LONGER SUNDOWNS FAN BUT BUT I'LL STAY UP THE SKY WITH ARROWS!!! PLUS THE R 4RM NATAL!!
Anonymous
posted: 10:34 am
SFISO ITS NOT A JOKE!! I WANNA GOT AND NGIPHETHE IWISA NGIFUNA UKUPHOMOZA IKHANDA KU MHLONGO NAKU GORDON.

UZOBISHA GORDON!!!!!
Anonymous
posted: 10:41 am
Maka Bishe u Gordon, Mhlongo, Mere, Bulawayo Bullet, Nyandoro, Sapula, Kanameyer - Hell man the whole team Must Bisha SADDAM - you have my vote on this one.....
Anonymous
posted: 10:41 am
Saddam- come by Tongaat on yr way to Mtuba ndoda. You need tell me about ingane zase Jozi.
Anonymous
posted: 11:06 am
Hola lads and gents,I will be partcipating in this forum and have been reading your comments for sometime and I realised sum forum memmbers needs some basic soccer lessons in order to have quality comments and input abt games and players.

For the record I am a KC fan but I am soccer loving person and I watch any game so you can't bullsh**t me abt soccer.
Mabhiza
posted: 11:11 am
Ertugal please bench the Boss's son, he is useless.
Anonymous
posted: 11:17 am
A good win for Makhosi,well done.I think Chiefs supporters are just too impatient,just like the chairman.It was very disapointing to learn that the coach learned about the chairmans displeasure through the media,talk about profesionalism.Wait till Torealba comes,we will win more games.
Anonymous
posted: 11:24 am
Watch out guys Thokozane is in the house, what took you so long my broe to post yr comments? So you brought basic soccer lessons for ubani?

Eish, another expert!!Tell me:

Is the coach, management or the players?
Anonymous
posted: 11:26 am
i hate pirates n everything that has to do with it! its irritating me go tshwana le monang! ! !
Anonymous
posted: 11:30 am
Well done, but two questions? 1. Did the coach learn that you can't play with lone striker in S.A or (with S.A Players)? 2. Did he learn that he need to gradually introduce this young players? A blend of youth and experience is needed.
Anonymous
posted: 12:19 pm
ATLEAST U SHOWED CHARACTER,CHABALALA BIGUPS! U IMPRESSED ME NEXT SEASON U WIL BE BAKHANIA HEHEHE!
Anonymous
posted: 12:23 pm
Bhekani: Dont talk like that about the President!!!!
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