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Premier Soccer League Kaizer Chiefs Chippa United

Posted: 13 December 2014 Time: 17:52

Kaizer Chiefs extended their lead at the summit to 14 points with a 1-0 win over Chippa United in Polokwane on Saturday evening.

Bernard Parker got the goal on 56 minutes as Amakhosi preserved their unbeaten record after 16 Absa Premiership games.

The victory, though, came at a cost as influential midfielder Willard Katsande was stretchered off with an injury in the first half at Peter Mokaba Stadium.

In the 15th minute Parker stole the ball in midfield and played Kingston Nkhatha through on goal – the Zimbabwean doing well initially to muscle his way into the box, but he failed to beat the keeper.

Mulomowandau Mathoho should have given Chiefs the lead five minutes later when he hit the crossbar with a eight-yard header after meeting a left-sided free-kick from Parker.

Chippa came close on the half-hour mark when George Akpabio used his strength to break into the Amakhosi box, but the goalkeeper denied him in a one-on-one.

The visitors should have had a penalty soon after, but Reneilwe Letsholonyane escaped punishment for tripping William Twala in the box.

Two minutes later Chiefs suffered a loss when Katsande had to leave the field injured and was replaced by Ivan Bukenya.

The half ended 0-0.

It came as no surprise that it was Parker who broke the deadlock in the 56th minute after some swift play saw him through on goal and chipping the onrushing keeper, 1-0.

The Amakhosi dominated proceedings thereafter, but they struggled to find that second goal.

Siphelele Mthembu should have scored for the Glamour Boys five minutes from time when he was put through on goal by Parker, but he was denied in a one-on-one with the keeper.

AWAY: Chippa United

Coach: Roger Sikhakhane
Formation: four four two

Livefyre comments on this story...

CoreSee
posted: 2014-12-14 07:07:50

Ha ha ha he doesn't mean it. He's got that with of sarcasm. I like that ha ha

Relebogeng
posted: 2014-12-14 07:44:10

No need 2 insult de man

Relebogeng
posted: 2014-12-14 07:45:47

Tactically good bt lacks a very important element, goal scoring

Relebogeng
posted: 2014-12-14 07:49:04

Ppl c de game differently. Nkatha's misses cn cost us games bt let's hope nt

SuperMario81
posted: 2014-12-14 08:08:12

Thought as much.

FootballFundi #KCExcel
posted: 2014-12-14 09:01:36

Ivan Bukenya was impressive last night. Good reading of the game & anticipating opponents moves.

Speedy recovery 2 Salt & Vinegar/Ganda-Ganda

mangamanga
posted: 2014-12-14 09:45:02

lets pray for Nkatha makhosi hs got a serius problem

Papin
posted: 2014-12-14 17:30:26

@Neokilla whatever you call yourself, you are a big fool. Foetzek dog.

jazzman154
posted: 2014-12-14 20:43:04

Nkhatha must be using some very strong Zimbabwean juju to make the countless front-of-goal blunders endear him not only to Baxter but the entire Chiefs management, The same concoction could be responsible for Mphela's never-healing injuries, not to mention the amateurism displayed by the likes of Rusike and Mthembu when given game time. I am a former player myself and dont buy the so-called. Nkhatha's "destabilising the opposition defence" crap. I feel betrayed to see some non-Chiefs material continuously donning the Gold and Black as useless as they are. Did we need some untalented cows to wrestle their way opposition defences in the days of Ace, Shaka, Teenage and the rest of the stars, before Chiefs could score a stupid solitary goal?

jazzman154
posted: 2014-12-14 20:59:13

Nice try, rat/clown. I am sure you must have meant "temporary" because temporal refers to the part of your face near the ear. Nice try

jazzman154
posted: 2014-12-14 21:09:41

He is a former rat and he could také as many players as possible, put them on the bench in order to derail the Gautrain and indirectly assist both the rodents and clowns, that is if they can still be assisted

jazzman154
posted: 2014-12-14 21:23:03

Just like a rose stays a rose no matter what other name you may call it, inferior quality will always stay inferior no matter what hypocrisy you use to defend it

Khosikayi1
posted: 2014-12-15 04:53:56

Well Done Zimppofana - Keep on moving. Thanks for 40 Points while other struggle to reach 30. 

Ntswelaboya
posted: 2014-12-17 13:29:38

@spanner

We don't give a shit Khosi

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