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Match report: Black Leopards and SuperSport United in 6-goal thriller

Posted: 7 October 2012 Time: 17:37

Black Leopards had victory snatched from them in dying seconds as a late goal from Sameehg Doutie handed SuperSport United a draw.

The home side had fought from two goals down to take the lead at Peter Mokaba Stadium, but they were denied victory after a lapse of concentration at the back, and Gavin Hunt's men remain unbeaten in the League.

United started the better of the two sides, passing the ball around nicely, and Clifford Mulenga in particular was a real source of danger for the Leopards defence.

On 15th minutes Mulenga made his way into the box and produced a clinical finish, finding the bottom right corner of the goal with a well-placed shot.

Four minutes later SuperSport doubled their lead when Mulenga turned provider and supplied a great through ball for Mabhuti Khenyeza.

With just the goalkeeper to beat Khenyeza produced a powerful shot and added a second goal.

But Leopards were not to be outdone and fought their way back into the match.

Rodney Ramagalela pulled a goal back on half an hour, pouncing on a ball that had bounced off the woodwork after Raymond Monama had taken a shot.

At the start of the second half Mogezi Bobe provided a great pass across the face of goal and Brian Amidu was at the back post to drive the ball home.

Four minutes later Leopards took the lead, from a well worked set-piece.

Monama produced an in-swinging corner-kick, and Mabunda rose above the United defence to head the ball home emphatically to make it 3-2.

SuperSport tried to find their way back into the game and, just as all seemed lost, substitute Sameehg Doutie found an equaliser for the visitors in the dying seconds of the match.

A swift passing move found Doutie in space inside the box and he placed a shot beyond Omony to earn SuperSport a share of the spoils.

Previous comments on this story...

posted: 05:55 pm
bobby made a big mastke by gettng rid of Amidu......................Ntlaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
posted: 06:22 pm
A good game of soccer it was. Congratulations to both teams for a good showing of football. Leopards have really improved their game. Its good to have this level of competion in the PSL. Its really going to take a special showing for a team to clinch the league tittle and for others to get in to the top 8.

@Hysterical - Based on what exactly?
posted: 07:26 pm
Feel free to check for articles about the highs and lows of football such as money, racism and where I question Barcelona's dominance.
posted: 07:47 pm
posted: 07:41 am
draw dzi do ri vhulaya
posted: 08:15 am

Nkambule and Monama are sharing de same number, mxxxxx Kickoff mara, I like Leopards fighting spirit if dey can score more dan 3 goals from a solid Sion 's defence den dey are one of de best team.
Sthera da Bucs master
posted: 12:05 pm
I like Brian Amidu,, he is a real striker,,, maybe 4 chiefs to release him was not thee best of Ideas...
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