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Late Josta Dladla goal seals AmaKhosi win

Posted: 12 May 2012 Time: 17:26

Kaizer Chiefs left it late but a goal in the final minute of the match from Josta Dladla handed the Amakhosi a 2-1 win over Free State Stars in an Absa Premiership match at the Charles Mopeli Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The win is their third in a row under caretakers coach Ace Khuse and Doctor Khumalo.

It was not the best performance of the season from Chiefs, but they ground out the victory despite not seeing much of the ball in both the second and the first half.

The result though, despite being a win, is not enough to see the Glamour Boys in with a shout of the league title after both Moroka Swallows and Orlando Pirates won their respective matches on the day.

Both team took a cautious approach from the first whistle as neither wanted to give away too much early on.

The first half was little boring as neither side was really adventurous in attack and rather looked to keep hold of the ball.

Whit a lot at stake for both teams and neither willing to accept defeat with a chance of the league title on the line, albeit a slim one, both teams took a cautious approach to the game.

This resulted in the start of the game being a little slow and unadventurous in attack from both teams as both looked to keep hold of possession.

The away team’s best chance on goal came in the 28th minute when a swift passing move saw Bernard Parker in space inside the 18-yard area, but he miss-fired his 12-yard shot inches wide of the upright when he should have scored.

Free State punished Parker’s miss four minutes later when Soriola Gege gave the home side the lead.

Makola played a perfect pass to find Gege unmarked inside the box and he made no mistake with a clinical finish from six-yards out, 1-0, taking the Ea Lla Koto into the half time break in the lead.

The second half saw Free State control the game well as they shut down the Amakhosi in the midfield and denied them of space.

Chiefs grew frustrated and gave possession away too cheaply allowing Stars to have the better chances in attack, but the Ea Lla Koto forgot their shooting boots in the second 45.

In the 56th minute Edward Magqele let fly from 20-yards but he saw his effort go over the crossbar. Five minutes later and Zakari Morou also tried his luck from outside the box, but his shot produced the same result.

Manqele should have scored in the 70th minute but he squandered his golden chance from 12-yards out firing wide with the goal at his mercy.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 10:23 pm
What grap reporting the goal for free state stars was a first from Khune that landed at the free state stars player who took a shot and the ball landed in the net what poor reporting that makola played a perfet cross
Anonymous
posted: 05:58 am
Guys please give us good competition next season and stop rising in the last games next time when you start to talk too much show us a Trophy or something and stop bragging about your ancient achievements during the times of apartheid

UP THE BUCS
Anonymous
posted: 06:45 am
Tiger I am surprised that you use a phrase ancient in your comments whereas you are the one who have been telling us about a star achieved in 1995. Mh, just a reminder a football club is measured by the legacy it has built since its inception e.g. Real Madrid, FIFA club of the century. That tells me Real achieved more than any team during that particular century. You won't stop me from bragging about twice the trophies Chiefs to your Red and White Bucs.
Anonymous
posted: 07:28 am
pirates fans can brag as much as they want, but it will take them more than five triples to equal chiefs success!
Anonymous
posted: 09:15 am
Injalo Joe and that means they need another solid 75 years to do it. I missed your comments bra
Anonymous
posted: 09:29 am
Zebras are still having a mathematical chance of snatching a league title and they need no favours from other teams ha ha ha
Anonymous
posted: 09:40 am
ag who cares about dis useless win!!
Anonymous
posted: 09:40 am
Joe Banana
How many banana's does your team need to win a treble in succession?
Anonymous
posted: 09:49 am
Good revenge MAKHOSI lets beat Amazulu at FNB next week, we all knw the league is gone but do it for us makhosi, i will always say shapaaaaa khosi shapaaaaaaa!!!!!
Anonymous
posted: 09:52 am
We had to win this one.
KING?
posted: 10:01 am

"Probably Mathematically they can stil win the league " according to Doc and his fans.
Anonymous
posted: 11:06 am
King of all pies aka King pie u boring lol Elucidate that hehehehehehehehehehehehe
Anonymous
posted: 12:26 pm
@Chiefs thanx
@King haaaa jo siyege mfethu u thathe league.
@Bucs supporters Don't you guys have serious celebrations to do?
champ nespray is a movie star look-alike coach
posted: 12:36 pm
bacaneers, lets exchange dis lig trophy for jesika lekhekhe.

she would bcum very handy in AFRICA

wats ur take on pirates acquiring de services of jesika?

lets buy her out of her lifetime contract
Anonymous
posted: 02:01 pm
chiefs



cannot brag with the cups which they were robbing remember rothmans cup where fire masilela scored from centre and arthur zwane save chief fans you got nothing
2nd Star Washelela
posted: 02:40 pm
Whether you win or not we don't care it doesn't worry us. Up the double treble champions in waiting.
Anonymous
posted: 09:35 pm
win That waz great thing on my team ,docter khulula u-15 manje nangu ushabalala uyamhlala
Dikotsi
posted: 10:32 am
Only if VV was reminded earlier that the league is won by men not boys we could be fighting or even have closed down the title race by now. Look at how effectively the double D's are using the Big and small boys now. Mxim, pitty a new coach is coming on board next season. But knowing the english, he will stick with the tried and tested an that is what wins the league.
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