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Kaizer Chiefs draw with Santos in Cape Town

Posted: 20 February 2011 Time: 17:48

Santos held Kaizer Chiefs to a 2-2 draw during a drama-filled Premiership game at the Athlone Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

The first half was action packed, with Chiefs enjoying the better of play, creating numerous chances on goal, while Santos always looked dangerous on the counter-attack.

Amakhosi were rampant in the opening stages and Kaizer Motaung Jnr almost opened the scoring when he lobbed Tshepo Motsoeneng in the 11th minute, but the Santos keeper was able to get a crucial touch to send the ball wide of goal.

Motsoeneng followed that up as he made a brave save from Tinashe Nengomashe’s well-connected shot from the resultant corner.

There were also snap shots for Knowledge Musona and Reneilwe Letsholonyane as the visitors ran rampant early on.

However, it was the Peoples’ Team who took a surprise 23rd minute lead when Vuyisile Wana raced onto Salmaan King’s outstanding through ball and coolly rounded Ithumeleng Khune before finishing into an empty net.

Chiefs came straight back at Santos and their efforts paid off in when Jimmy Tau stormed into the box to get on the end of Musona’s through ball, where he was tripped by Ricardo Skippers.

Musona took the spot-kick and easily converted, making it 1-1.

The remainder of the half saw the Soweto giants continuing to dominate, there was no addition to the scoreline.

Chiefs were close to scoring just after the break, but Motsoeneng was again up the task, making a breathtaking save from Motaung’s header.

It was at the other end that the next goal came, Jurie Basie putting Santos 2-1 up with a glancing header after King’s lobbed cross into the box after 52 minutes.

But the Soweto side were back to level terms just over 20 minutes later when Sthembiso Ngcobo emphatically headed home Tshabalala’s deflected cross.

Chiefs were denied an 84th minute penalty when Musona's shot appeared to hit Wayne Arendse's arm.

Both sides had their moments in a thrilling finale, but neither side really came close to scoring as the match ended all square.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 08:05 pm
sporo, its clear dat ur scared of bucs. focus on ur own team dat always comes from behind 2play draws!
Anonymous
posted: 08:06 pm

Just a simple message to all Chiefs fans.

Where a derby is concern, your form does n't count for anything, wether you have beaten Pirates twice, it does mean anything, a derby is full of suprices. Remember what Barca did to Real.

What happend in CT, Santos and Ajax. What did SSU do to Sundowns.

My simple advise, Shut up because Pirates will still be on top after the derby.
Anonymous
posted: 08:18 pm
Ths Khune dude is makin me laugh lol the second goal lol lol lol
Anonymous
posted: 08:27 pm
ok siyezwa King...eish sesiyasaba ke iPie-Rats izosithela nge papa.....but just one question for you Kingkong.....what were those two grown up idiots crying for @ Orlando stadium?....Mmmmm....maybe you were one them who knows!

@ least saved those tears for next weekend after that dying minute scramble!!!!!
Anonymous
posted: 09:07 pm
They were just and just let off the hook. I laugh out loud when I watch our highly rated number one keeper for BB doing duty at times...this boy is a joke. The more they concede the better for goal difference especially for OPFC.
Sos
posted: 09:21 pm
besisatheza iy'nkuni for ukubasa um'lilo next week..."MORE FIRE!"

LOVE & PEACE...GOLD & BLACK
Anonymous
posted: 09:29 pm
2010/11 PSL CHAMPIONS - ORLANDO PIRATES.
Anonymous
posted: 09:45 pm
whose got a penalty now a fake one real santos was robbed clear judas should booked 4 dive sies maan
Anonymous
posted: 09:47 pm
sporo - how can u say well done when u droped 2valuable points wich were goin to take chips to 1spot. what a shame on u clueless fake chips suporter! dis was the great chance for chips to go on top. Keep on colleting 1point.
Tza
posted: 09:53 pm
shame...... mara akufani ne buso bo mfene, i realy didnt expect dem to win in the first place. they know how the cape town teams are. come next weekend it will be cabbage rain
tokzin1
posted: 09:55 pm
Thezani lezo zinkuni, umlilo wezinkuni uphelela emoyeni. Thina siza namalahle ke...
Anonymous
posted: 10:03 pm
Hee an overrated Khune is going to see dintsi.he is so porous like mokhukhu wa ko Ventersdorp!
tokzin1
posted: 10:06 pm
Khune This Khune That, Musona this Musona that kuphi la ifikile iSantos.
Anonymous
posted: 11:06 pm
Thabo:2011-02-20 21:53
shame...... mara akufani ne buso bo mfene, i realy didnt expect dem to win in the first place. they know how the cape town teams are. come next weekend it will be cabbage rain
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This donki called TZA has disappeared after the second FNB MASSACRE, I thought that he will never come back again but it’s like he has recovered. Instead of commenting about their lucky draw, they come here to vomit KAK.
THESE MARETENEER can be dump some times. TZA Lereteneer le letle, I hope you will come back and comment.
Up the pap.
MARETE-RETE ku entse njani, MARETE-RETE amatle.
I don’t zulu.
Anonymous
posted: 11:09 pm
Chiefs and pirates are old ordinary teams they must try and ask AJAX CAPE TOWN how total football is played. Becouse they kick the ball without purpose.
Anonymous
posted: 01:05 am
Baba mthetwa, mark gleson, willam shongwe & kickoff must be ashamed by thier over-rated keeper itu khune. The boy conceed goals week in & out! Josephs played 11 games with clean sheet & hope pitso is watching. Bucs only conceed when Meyiwa is in the post.
marupeng
posted: 01:56 am
there's no way chiefs can lose to UP THE PAP of Irvin COWza on wekend.
Nywereza
posted: 06:44 am
Gqubule can try all the tricks to chiefs but failing. It was not a penalty and always 7 minutes extra for chiefs. No one to topple Orlando Pirates for the championship.He should be investigated for his handling of all the games for chiefs
ONCE AND ALWAYS
Nywereza
posted: 06:50 am
Khune is down, out and what a pathetic goalkeeping. He is over rated and conceding goals in every match. Pitso should consider Moeneeb for the national squad goal keeping position.
mbalelwa
posted: 07:04 am
There were 5 substitutions in the 2nd half, so for each sub the ref must add 30 seconds = 2.5minutes. Motsoeneng got an injury which lasted for 3-4 minutes. So what the hell are you complaining about?
There are 9 tough games left so VV get your defence in order.
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