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Kaizer Motaung Jnr scores twice against AmaZulu

Posted: 19 January 2011 Time: 21:15

Kaizer Chiefs redeemed themselves with a 3-1 victory over AmaZulu on Wednesday night at the FNB Stadium.

Amakhosi were coming off a defeat after losing to Ajax Cape Town last week, but made their intentions clear as early as the 12th minute. Kaizer Motaung Jnr was picked in the box with a pinpoint cross by Abia Nale and he needed no second invitations as he pounced on it and headed Chiefs into the lead, much to the delight of the Amakhosi faithful.

Usuthu struggled to get into gear for most of the half and it was Chiefs who dominated much of the possession and deservedly took a 2-0 lead 11 minutes from the break.

Skipper Jimmy Tau delivered a fantastic cross from the right in the 36th minute and Motaung Jnr’s excellent diving header handed the Phefeni Glamour Boys a comfortable lead – a goal that goes some distance into silencing the striker’s critics.

Chiefs were not done in this half though, as Knowledge Musona hit the post with a low shot on the stroke of half-time.

Motaung Jnr had to make way for Sthembiso Ngcobo at half-time after he sustained an injury, much to the disappointment of the fans who had witnessed two great goals from the boss’ son.

AmaZulu looked a better side after the break, but there were no decent chances for either side.

However, the crowd eventually got on its feet though when Stanton Lewis, who signed from Ajax Cape Town on loan, made his debut, coming in for Abia Nale in the 78th minute.

But it was AmaZulu that got back into the match. Namibian midfielder-cum-striker Tangeni Shipahu beat Itumeleng Khune from about six yards to set up an exciting finish.

Chiefs though, hit back immediately. Jimmy Jambo blasted a long-range shot to beat Nhlanhla Khuzwayo with a long-range shot to all but seal it for Chiefs.

Previous comments on this story...

posted: 09:55 pm
Well done glamour boys!
Love & peace!
Aphi ama critics?
i heard Cruel's team won!
posted: 09:58 pm
Shapa Khosi. Shapa ngwana shopong. Musona is bewitched, he simply is bewitched. I think its Sundowns supporters.
posted: 10:10 pm
Please Makhosi, just take one game at a time. Shapa junior Shapa...
Don Papapi
posted: 10:14 pm
Nicely done boys.

Hehe. I hear some only managed a point in Bloem.

Shapa Jambo Shapaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
posted: 10:17 pm
Earlier on today he was labelled as a "COW" and he silenced them the same day by scoring a brace. Now we are two points behind courtesy of our "COW". However, sundowns have got a "DONKEY" at the back. I won't mention names but he carries a cricket bat and hits every ball for six in that defence. Keep marching Makhosi, we have now reached the halfway mark.

posted: 10:22 pm
well done makhosi and swallows
posted: 10:26 pm
Aces and Amazulu are my relegation candidates and not because the latter lost. Some of us are crying for local coaches in our teams bt if truth be told, what is . Mngqithi doing? For me he's just clueless. Barotele kaizer barotele
posted: 10:34 pm
MaChiefs le kgopo, banna! Ke hore Musona le re o loilwe ke mang? Simply, no loyalty
posted: 10:36 pm
thank guys for bouncing back to winnings ways, i ways question the wisdom of player 3 defensive midfielders at the same time Nengomasha, Yeye and Dladla with only one attacking midfielder, they always starve the strikers with clean balls, we always see Musona and Motaung Jnr coming back in the midfield looking for balls by the time they run in the box they be tired and they cant go though midfielders and defenders, even the games MUSONA dont score its because supplying line is dead, look at Barcelona Xavi and Iniesta always do the donkey work in midfield then Messi and company do the rest, in chiefs defensive we are okay we must sort out the attack from midfield,
posted: 10:41 pm
I was feeling 3 points from the morning. I knew that we will win. I emailed winning messages to my friends. Push'ipassion Makhosi! Amahle
posted: 10:54 pm
Ha haha eish ha awutlwa iyona yo lithaaaaaaaaaaaaahaaaahaathe bana wayetsa taba Jnr na Jambo ,wabutsa Jnr ubani inkomo? Shapaaaaah Khosi shapaaaah
posted: 10:55 pm
Ubani inkomo ? I hope that injury was not serious
posted: 10:56 pm
Barotele ntate Thabo Moroto.
Our cow has scored a brace for us, where are those haters who were saying Kaizer Junior is a Mooooo!?
posted: 10:58 pm
All psl trophies:2011-01-19 18:20

Wonder:2011-01-19 16:03

Cow with a capital letters, boy you are a COW.

I knew it Wonder. They way you put it jrrrr.
To kaizer mfana, jst get you confidence back, the only thing that has been letting you down.

sanele:2011-01-19 18:20


Tolly.ba.Thathe:2011-01-19 21:56

Though I think the first goal was a gift from officials...offside. Where is Mosono? Few game wonder player...it's been three to four without scoring but he was already touted as the best striker by those obsessed by this pathetic team of theirs.

Anyway, the fire is banning...it's time for those who were holding positions on top for others to shift and gradually drop to where they belong...number 4 or so.

posted: 11:02 pm
i have to say that guluva junior was brilliant, things started to change to being bad after ngcobo was brought in...angazi ukuthi lenkomo bayidobha'phi?...jumbo also fumbled at first until he got a tongue lashing from vv that's when he started to improve..i also like this boy(yende) but his last touches and passing are not up to scratch..i also saw glimpses of stiga, that boy has got all the black & gold blood running through his veins...but anyway at least we managed to put back one wheel that came off in cape town over the past couple of days.

posted: 11:04 pm
Wonder:2011-01-19 16:03
Cow with a capital letters, boy you are a COW.

Sure you scored against Habas, but you still a COW..moooooo...mooooooo!
Osama Binladen:2011-01-19 16:16
KING:2011-01-19 16:48

Imbuzi yenkomo nedada. Ukaizer yiDADA emadadeni.

like WOnder puts it, inkomo ngamagama amakhulu, mfana uyi-NKOMO
matha:2011-01-19 17:18
natural born cow.lyk father lyk son
Sweyts:2011-01-19 17:31
Moooooooooh! mooooooooh! Mooooooh! lol!

Ay u-Bhamuzani Motaung yena, hhayi khona! Heeeheehe!

posted: 11:12 pm
....ba bolaaaaye ngwana wa sethopa..sundowns watchout we r comin fully loaded.shapa amakhosi shapa
posted: 11:15 pm
Great redemption! Now for the final lap and onto the final straight.
posted: 12:01 am
All Psl Ticks and Fleas, lol my stance on Bhamuza is unwavering, I still maintain he's nothing like Snr. and to top it all off....both those goals kuma highlights, seemf more like a case of the ball hittng him twice in the head at the right spot. lol, lmfa'ohhh'!

I if u-Psl flea played i-spy two mpama as a kid, because he would've been discouraged long ago and continued with ama-'ali' ne-zwipi. lol.

A cow will always remain one, and Bhamuza fits the bill perfectly.
posted: 07:33 am
All psl trophies : 2011-01-19 23:04

Hey wena, the fact that the COW scored does not change the fact, he is still a COW with Capital letters...Mooooooooooooo....Mooooooooooo


Well done Chiefs!
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