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Kaizer Chiefs came from a goal down to beat Moroka Swallows on Saturday evening

Posted: 20 April 2013 Time: 19:52

Kaizer Chiefs came from a goal down to beat Moroka Swallows 3-1 in a League match on Saturday evening.

The Dube Birds took an early lead through Giorgi Nergadze, but Chiefs responded through a brace from Bernard Parker before George Lebese added a third late in the second half.

The home side came close to taking the lead in the third minute when Siyabonga Nomvete beat Itumeleng Khune with a thunderous strike from the edge of the box, but the veteran was denied by the crossbar.

Greg Etafia then pulled off two good saves at the other end, denying George Lebese in the ninth minute before stopping another effort from Kingston Nkhatha in five minutes later.

Swallows broke the deadlock in the 20th minute when Nergadze nodded home at the far post, connecting with Lerato Chabangu’s corner.

The hosts had a golden chance to double their lead five minutes later when they were awarded a penalty as Chabangu went down inside the box under a challenge from Khune.

Katlego Mashego beat Khune twice from the spot, but was ordered to retake his penalty kick on both occasions as Nomvete was guilty of encroachment.

Khune took advantage of the situation as he dived to his right to stop the former Orlando Pirates striker’s third effort.

Chiefs leveled matters in the 31st minute as Parker collected a back-heeled pass from Nkhatha before drilling a low shot across Etafia and into the back of the net.

Zeca Marques’ side applied pressure early in the second half but Nomvete and Lefa Tsutsulupa were denied by good defensive blocks in the 47th minute.

Nkhatha should have put his side ahead a minute later when he got in ahead of Etafia to meet a cross from Tshabalala, only to send his header over the crossbar.

However, Chiefs did take the lead six minutes later as Parker fired home from inside the box after receiving a cutback cross from Siyabonga Nkosi.

Lebese sealed the comeback win in the 72nd minute as he broke the offside trap to latch onto a pass from Tshabalala before placing the ball past Etafia.

Previous comments on this story...

The Phefeni Boy
posted: 08:05 pm
Glamour Galposted: 08:01 pm  |  Repor

tThe Phefeni Boyposted: 07:54 pm | Report3 Golden points in the bagPlease show 2 Golden fingers upLove & Peace==================================

Two golden fingers up

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Dankie Golden Glamour Gal
Senwabarwana
posted: 08:06 pm
In Stuart,we believe,,,,Baxter ur the best tactician...
MjeyB wa le Khosi
posted: 08:06 pm
Chiefs 3 Okunye 1
El Sol
posted: 08:06 pm
Hololoooooo who's next? Ah Dikwena + Khune is suspended now Khuzwayo must step in &show us what he's made up ..ey Gaxa makes me laugh whenever he's running away from marking ay inkomo lebhari Moleko boy where you hiding??..grand grand steam se paraffin sphela nin vele? Ay K4L
anc gestapo
posted: 08:07 pm
The GAME IN HAND FC will win the league.
gotze p2
posted: 08:07 pm
one of my fellow khosi mates said he had a feeling parker wud score!!!
Syabonga nkosi #enuf said
khune big ups to u boy, khuzwayo mst man up n play against stars n gv da armband to masha.
Salt n viniger haha isosha leli
Gold & Black Rhino
posted: 08:07 pm
The Big Question is Who's Going to Stop the Boys of Kaizer Moutang and The Black & Gold Khosination When The Flight Boeing 747 in Going to Phefeni? Katsande, Nkosi Tshabalala, Mathoho, Parker & All the Lads we Say: SIYABONGA MAKHOSI AMAHLE...... Love & Peace.....
Queen \"Royal\\" Glamour Gal
posted: 08:07 pm
Kudu_Kuduposted: 07:59 pm | Report
Eish, what an entertaining game. "We need to soldier on\", Parker.
"Nkosi was man of the match\", Parker.
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Parker is too humble
Murenzu Wa Lekhosi
posted: 08:08 pm
40K and the stadium is EMPTY!!!! Shame... #ReclaimingTheGlory
candyman
posted: 08:08 pm
Am not a zebra fan but its wrong for swallows coach to complain about the 'external factors' nomvethe knows the rules when taking a penalty...he was overzellous period.....the retakes decition by the ref were correct...the same coach during the first leg was complaining about the time added when it was 2-2...now if its a draw isn't that any minutes added can benefit both teams?
Aldair Applegates
posted: 08:08 pm
WELL DONE BOYS KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK???????LEAGUE IS OURS NO !MATTER WHAT
Magaya: The Double Winner
posted: 08:08 pm
KC jaggernaut marches on; did I hear someone say "it's a marathon" ? Bring them on, KC rules and that,s FACT!

K4L as we RTG!!!
anc gestapo
posted: 08:08 pm
@CHAPPIES UTD

Thanx 4 frustrating the Impala stars. We now need 6 points from 4 games.
Optimus Prime
posted: 08:09 pm
Pirates still has a game in hand to cement their third spot ....hahahahhaha
mzansiful
posted: 08:10 pm
What a sore heart for bucs' fans
Damora
posted: 08:10 pm
This Tsululupa guy is killing swallows and the coach can't see that.
De-Bull
posted: 08:11 pm
We won fair Makhosi!!! Now let's all go to PLK nxt week 2 reclaim it once and 4 all...
Laaste Khosi - Capo di tutti_di hond
posted: 08:11 pm
@Frank White

Ja my broer Nespray se Poe.s.

Die Storie gaan aan!
mzansiful
posted: 08:11 pm
Gud refering decision big up Vuyo
Queen \"Royal\\" Glamour Gal
posted: 08:11 pm
That's only way to discipline those who don't believe in CHIEFS. Kokgalema lenyatso
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