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Moses Mabhida Stadium
05/04/2010 15:00

Mthokozisi Yende of Chiefs

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Kaizer Chiefs will face Ajax Cape Town in the Telkom Knockout Cup Final this coming weekend after a penalty shootout victory over Orlando Pirates at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Monday.

After 120 minutes failed to produce a goal, Amakhosi held their nerve in post-match penalties to win 3-0, meaning Bucs’ long trophy drought will go on at least a little longer.

The match started at breakneck speed, with play moving swiftly from one end to the other as the two teams set out with attacking intent.

Pirates saw more of the ball early on, but Chiefs created the better openings, with Senzo Meyiwa forced into sharp saves by Nkosinathi Nhleko and Knowledge Musona.

On 16 minutes Meyiwa was called into action again, doing well to deflect a dipping long-range effort from Mandla Masango over the crossbar.

By this stage Chiefs were well in control and troubling Bucs with their pace and movement but, as against Mamelodi Sundowns in the semifinal, their final pass and finishing wasn’t quite as good as the build-up play.

Toward the end of the first half Meyiwa produced the best save of the match, shifting his balance quickly to prevent an own-goal from central defender Rooi Mahamutsa.

Pirates reacted with a good attack of their own and Arthur Bartman had to make a finger-tip save to deflect Dikgang Mabalane’s left-footed effort behind for a corner – it was Bucs’ first shot on target in the match.

And Pirates started the second half on the front foot, with Ndumiso Mabena showing good skill and imagination to work an opportunity just inside the area, but his effort flashed just wide of Bartman’s right-hand post.

Substitute Terror Fanteni almost broke the deadlock with his first touch in the 77th minute, but his powerful shot was superbly turned away by Bartman. Two minutes later Happy Jele got on the end of a free-kick from the right to have a free header from close range, but he somehow failed to hit the target.

The end of regulation time came and went with the score still 0-0, and the early stages of extra-time saw Fanteni hit the crossbar after springing Chiefs’ offside trap.

Five minutes before the end of extra-time, Pirates were reduced to 10 men when Mahamutsa was red-carded by Daniel Bennett, seemingly with one yellow card for a tug on Tshepo Bulu’s shirt and a second caution for back-chatting.

The lack of finishing prowess didn’t bode well for the inevitable penalty shootout, and so it proved for Pirates as they missed their first three spot-kicks, while Chiefs netted all of theirs.

Penalty sequence: Jele misses, Torrealba scores; Fanteni misses, Mathebula scores; Mabena misses, Bulu scores

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 07:05 pm
chief is just the best team ever in SA
Anonymous
posted: 07:05 pm
Amakhooosi...its guaranteed awesomeness
Thabang [The KHOSI One]
posted: 07:06 pm
Maestro KC: 2010-04-05 18:42 [ Report ]

Sure MAESTRO Khosi! You made excellent CHOICE; the LOVE & PEACE and HAPPINESS CHOICE, unless iesh like "once...and always...." or EVEN WORSE "Sh**T is the limit"

I saw some guy wearing what looked like a condom on his head in the OP crowd. Damn that guy hates CHIEFS.

The KHOSI One
Maestro KC
posted: 07:16 pm
Sizoba dubula ngejabulani sizo banqoba, dubula ngejabulani.
Thabang [The KHOSI One]
posted: 07:16 pm
Sweyts: 2010-04-05 18:55 [ Report ]

Hey SWEYTS, good to hear from you organiser. Just a question ~ do you and your fellow jealous fake "wanna bes" still think KC-OP derby is meaningless?

The KHOSI One
Maestro KC
posted: 07:17 pm
So excited didnt even notice that Nengomasha has changes his name to Mthokozisi Yende.

I forgive you editor, Sir, you are still excited.
Anonymous
posted: 07:17 pm
Sweyts: Siyabonga Ndlondlo......i'm waiting for Wonder's comment. I know Kali,Sabelo,Dr Ndivhuwo will distance themselves from this forum this week.
Maestro KC
posted: 07:24 pm
Ajax i am coming for you...Ajax practice penalties dnt be like the other team missing all their spot kicks...

Ek se my broer, jy sal die kapse dans doen
Anonymous
posted: 07:24 pm
Kill Orlando pirates instead of killing the farmer
Anonymous
posted: 07:34 pm
Oh I dnt think I can contain myself any longer!

Shappppppppaaaaaaa kkkkhhhooooossssiii Ssssshhhhhaaaaapppppphhhhhhaaaaa!!!

Masinamela was outstanding and has always been!!
Anonymous
posted: 07:39 pm
2 de coach u r duin a gud job keep up de gud job n ajax ur our next meal @ peter mokaba limpopo warning de sun is hot de 36 dgre on strdy
Anonymous
posted: 07:40 pm
Well done b KC, now ajax mst expect nthng bt a tough game. Anyway the cup goes to naturena. As 4 bucs they mst preparin 4 ndbank de sooner de better. Shapa khosi shapa! Ajax mst watch out de giants hv fallen. Well done khosi family u deserve everything in this competition.
Anonymous
posted: 07:48 pm
OOoooooooweeeeeee

Mabhida was on fire..credit 2 both teams, u gave us our money's worth..but then again it had 2 be the Giants..shapa Makhosi shaaaaap!!!!
My family..mcwa mcwa mcwa!!!! Bathini manje..they were sayin sinemlomo..bakeph manje!! Bathi sizenza ngcono, bakeph manje?? Nikephi zipoki lol?????

Shapa Makhosi shaaaappaaaaa!!!!!! *('',)*
Anonymous
posted: 07:57 pm
'Krol downplays Chiefs’ performance' I hope he ll still downplays it this time around.... Masenamela is the ish... gotta be my man of the match. The boy is as solid as a rock. Tinashe '5 star general' Nengomashe, the class is permanent... and all respect to Mongala, if there was someone to support that boy, he could have killed us....
Anonymous
posted: 08:12 pm
Up the Barks!
Hhawu madoda i barks yenzani?
This team is cursed,it will only only win something in 2050 or when the World Cup is played in DRC.Funny
thing abt these team ,their
"striker" LEkgwathi was nowhere 2b seen.Ay ay ayi thina Amakhosi siyakwazi ukubona i Happy team.Am so happy i don know what to write i just love u all Khosi family
Anonymous
posted: 08:19 pm
Meshack: he he he he he kwa kwa kwa ....2050 ? he he he World in DRC ...u r killing me now Khosi lami kwa kwa kwa kwa kwa. My blood is Gold and Black
Anonymous
posted: 08:23 pm
Up the Barks

DO BARKS THINK THEY CAN BEAT US WITH MEYIWA IN GOALS?That boy is not a goalkeeper -we used to call such playas UMENDI.after the match, Chechenene or whatever his name is,was confronted abt why he did'nt score that one on one he said" Bengithi ngiya Goba.''
Hhay i Barks madoda.

Hi i ''Chips''madoda iyadla
Anonymous
posted: 08:32 pm
shame poor Barks
Anonymous
posted: 08:50 pm
amakhosi everyday mara y sunclowns supporterz r more dissapointed than pie-rats suppoters? hehehehehehehe
Anonymous
posted: 08:52 pm
I wld luv 2 C my team Chiefs winning the game convincingly in regulation time.
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