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Bidvest Wits knock Kaizer Chiefs out of Telkom Knockout

Posted: 19 October 2012 Time: 22:21

Bidvest Wits beat Kaizer Chiefs 3-2 to knock them out of the Telkom Knockout on Friday.

Matthew Pattison scored one goal and provided two assists, and deservedly received the Man of the Match award.

Chiefs were pushing from the first whistle, and in the fifth minute Siphiwe Tshabalala had a free-kick that found the head of Mulomowandau Mathoho, but Ryan Harrison parried the ball out.

Tefu Mashamaite managed to get a header on target from the resulting corner, but this time Harrison made a comfortable save.

Two minutes later Kingston Nkhatha had a great chance, after James Mayinga failed to control a long ball, but the striker hit just wide.

Wits opened the scoring against the run of play, when Pattison got away from his man outside the box and hit home from range, somehow beating Arthur Bartman.

Six minutes later the Clever Boys went 2-0 up when Papy Faty made his way between the central defenders and bundled Pattison's free-kick into the net.

Chiefs had a couple of chances to get back into the game, with Siyabonga Nkosi bending a shot past the outside of the post and George Lebese hitting just wide.

Sweswe sent a header over the crossbar after another good Pattison free-kick a few minutes later.

Just after half an hour, Lebese had a run into the box and found Nkhatha, but the striker sent his header over the bar and Wits held onto their lead going into the break.

That proved to be Nkhatha's last meaningful involvement in the game as he was replaced by Majoro straight after the interval.

In the 64th minutes Amakhosi found a gap, when Parker collected a pass from Lebese inside the box, turned, and scored.

Chiefs sent men forward in search of the equaliser, but Wits were the team to capitalise, when Pattison bowled forward and hit a pass to Koapeng to sidefoot home.

A few minutes later, however, Majoro lost his marker and hit home past an exposed Harrison.

Reneilwe Letsholonyane sent a shot wide a few minutes later, and Parker curled a free-kick over the crossbar.

Wits were down to 10 men in the 90th minute, when Tinashe Nengomasha was shown a straight red for a foul on Jimmy Jambo.

Previous comments on this story...

BORN BUCCANEER
posted: 10:38 pm
he he chiefs this he he chiefs that ,khuphi khona??? shshshshshapa! "The clever boys" shshshshshapaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

heeeeeeeeeeeeee........... go jewa batho!

###chiefs fans you talk toomuch ,you and your nurse khumalo#####
"no neeed to talk toomuch" -said Mbazo ......"we will reserve our energy and do the talking in the field"-said mbazo again. AMEN MORENA!

PIRATES I REMAIN!
Nespray is a movie star look alike coach
posted: 10:38 pm

hehehe, glory days se gaat. you wre only adding nambas...Pirates is in it to win it

we warned them about the lack of quality in their team.

1 2 3 ...CV chef must submit his real CV
deBuc
posted: 10:40 pm
How many injuries?? Dey might as well open a hospital in dat zoo!! Tau,khune,morgen,jumbo,gaxa, etc
Chester missing
posted: 10:40 pm
Njabzah Zuma (4-OPFC)posted: 10:36 pm | Report
Let the chimps choir start the song tittled we didn't get enough rest.....
Excuses all the way.
Shapa Wits shapa!!!
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Kwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwa.......................................la nqabobola/hlekiza mabakaneer.....kwakwakwakwa
deBuc
posted: 10:41 pm
Wits plan worked perfectly by taking the game to dat tiny shit called stadium!! I don't mind hey
Brighton44
posted: 10:43 pm
They cook them with a small port.
It was a wonderful match.
deBuc
posted: 10:44 pm
Gone are the days of brown envelopes n Jess selling pussy for trophies!!!! Reclaiming what?? Two down two to go!!!
Champions League 2nd Star (Back-To-Back Double Treble Success)
posted: 10:44 pm
I'm seek and tired of this team called Cowser Chimpz and its supporters... They talk nonstop over the whole week but come the delivery on the pitch they deliver nothing and hope to be taken seriously,,, nxaa..!!!

Shapa Wits ,,, Shapaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa..!!!
Chester missing
posted: 10:45 pm
There is peace outside and streets are calm, i can spot one zebra with a vuvuzela here and there. I just spotted one holding a card box which was intended to be flashed to the tv cameras at the stadium written operation vat alles
Azania
posted: 10:45 pm
@ Phefeni Boy,

Where are you the fearless blogger? KC should lodge a complain against the league. The players are tired from intenational duty (Poland and Nairobi) and national duty (Bloemfontein). Macufe cup took out the best from those remaining behind. The paraplegic nyawana did not even attempt to use the other foot. The whole 90 minutes (including warming up). I am sure, he is kicking and ranting in the change room. No price giving which foot he is using for kicking around. I suppose he cant use both feet, lest he falls over.
Up the Bucs!
Nespray is a movie star look alike coach
posted: 10:45 pm

we told them a ligue is a marathon wher those wth quality and a big squad wil prevail.

they wil continue wth their ill perfomances in the ligue

they bought many defendas as if they hve a ligue to defend or as if the game starts wth them leading

where was tall donkey Mathoho at the back...one of the twin dolls


"am still building, our mission 4 this season is Q1...we already achieved dat", Stuat Baxsta
Maskito
posted: 10:46 pm
Uphi lonondindwa owu Mbhebheni boy

Akunabantu la izitabane zodwa!
Milutin Sredojević (HLABARINTO)
posted: 10:47 pm
Hardluck Amakhosi even though i didn't watch the game... I just hope this loose won't affect our momentun in the league.
Lacoste_AM-A-Khosi
posted: 10:48 pm
As a card carrying member and DIE Hard suppoter of AmaKhosi, Let me take this opportunity to congratulate Bidvest Wits for their victory.

And as well compliment the players that played for Amakhosi today except (Siya Nkosi). Im delighted and gratefull for the fighting spirit that i saw in our players. We went down fighting which is something we lacked last season. We can only get better from here. Good display of football, we were unlucky but that is football, you win some or loose some. Though we are out of Telkom knockout, we played better and im proud of the players and the tech team.

Hardy Khosi, Next time. The Sponsors are not happy though
BORN BUCCANEER
posted: 10:50 pm
I QOUTE FROM KICKOFF WEBSITE:" Chiefs have won the Telkom Knockout three times in the past five years, and Baxter says his team are "going all out" to win it again."
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heheheeeee... the question is did his(Baxter) team won it again??????

"No need to talk toomuch"-said Mbazo mokoena!
shshshshapa! WITS shshshshshapaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bucs i remain!
prestonh
posted: 10:50 pm
@zebra's AND umfhene aka phefeni boi... All I can say is-- u are having a too big mouth!!!
Chester missing
posted: 10:50 pm
Khosination, be patient your time will come
CJB Ramses III
posted: 10:51 pm
Baxter is was tired from his travels of playing Bingo ko Bez Valley...

Never mind Bobby who was tired from his travels from China trying to adopt a Chinese baby so that he can have more variety of family members that qualify for Tenders.......
Lacoste_AM-A-Khosi
posted: 10:51 pm

Bidvest Wits beat Kaizer Chiefs 3-2 to knock them out of the Telkom Knockout on Friday.

Jimmy Jambo was sent off at the end of the match for a nasty challenge on Thomas Sweswe.
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Editor e tsubile nyaope strong. Nengomasha was sent off for the foul on Jimmy Jambo.

I wish Jimmy Jambo a speedy recovery and one can feel his pain.
Bofolla Safety Belt Reja Joy Makhosi
posted: 10:51 pm
Hawu! Amagundane ebusuku having a time of their lifes hey. Even the long lost ones they are here commenting. It's your time do as you please. I'm sure most Khosi's are out having fun while i'm busy coding.

We will pickup from where we left of today and take it forward with more power.
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