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Black Leopards beat Kaizer Chiefs

Posted: 3 April 2012 Time: 21:25

Black Leopards substitute David Zulu got the winning goal and defender Humphrey Khoza ruled the show as Leopards beat Kaizer Chiefs in a Premiership clash at FNB Stadium.

Substitute Zulu got onto the end of an excellent cross from the right wing and slammed the ball home in the 84th minute, in one of the few occasions when either team's defence was turned around to face their own goal.

Towering defender Khoza, meanwhile, mopped up everything that Amakhosi could muster in attack and was deservedly the Man of the Match.

Leopards' first chance came in the 20th minute when a free-kick was spilled by Arthur Bartman, only for Kingston Nkhatha to miss with the rebound.

But their best chance of the first stanza came in the 28th minute when Rodney Ramagalela crossed to Kingston Nkhatha who got in between two defenders, but mistimed his header.

Leopards were in control in the first half and it took 35 minutes for Chiefs to get a proper shot at goal when Lucky Baloyi took a long range effort, but it flew high without any real power.

Then, in the 42nd, Willard Katsande struck a long range shot with his left, but merely forced Posnett Omony into a save.

In the 63rd minute, Chiefs had a great chance when Parker missed the target following a Tshabalala pass, but credit must again go to Khoza who did enough to put Parker off.

Vermezovic made his third and final change in the 64th minute, taking off defensive midfielder Baloyi and bringing on striker Sthembiso Ngcobo. But still Chiefs huffed and puffed in the final third of the field.

Lehlohonolo Majoro got two chances in the space of a minute during the last 10 minutes of the game, but he could not find the target on both occasions and Leopards went home with maximum points, and deserved everything they got.

Previous comments on this story...

posted: 02:07 pm
Chiefs has not won 4 games in a row this season and we expect them to win the league. It is dissapointing and an honest reality check Makhosi that has made me to reach this analysis. My team is high on something but not good football.

I still rise makhosi rise
posted: 09:47 am
Bob staek how long are we going to endure this,our beloved khosi it has turned a laughing stock get rid of this joshua door micky mouse and u will see what will even the blind man can see what is happening in our camp please do something about this situation.
posted: 12:12 pm
Dear Bra K

Kindly relieve Vlad V of his duties as a coach of Kaizer Chiefs F.C.URGENTLY. Not because he failed or is a bad coach. But its clear to see that we are going nowhere. When last did we win 3 games in a row? embarrasing that a team like ours is struggling to put a decent run of games together. I see what Roberto DiMatteo is doing at Chelsea, and am tempted to believe we need similar intervention. Put Doctor K or Ntsie Maphike in charge for the remainder of the season, and read those boys the riot act, I swear the DOUBLE is ours for the taking.

There's no time to think this through, DO IT and you'll thank me on the 19th of May 2012.


ME *Khosi 4 life and beyond*
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