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Orlando Pirates enforcer Edwin Gyimah accepts Soweto Derby draw with Kaizer Chiefs

Posted: 29 October 2016 Time: 18:24

Man of the Match Edwin Gyimah feels a draw was a fair result in the Soweto Derby with Kaizer Chiefs.

Orlando Pirates played to a barren stalemate with Amakhosi at FNB Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Bucs enforcer Gyimah said: "It was a nice game, both teams did well. I think for us we had some chances which we were supposed to put in the back of the net, but it's football. I think it's a fair draw."

Pirates, who beat Golden Arrows in the Telkom Knockout in their previous outing, have now drawn four games in a row in the Absa Premiership.

The Buccaneers are fourth in the standings with 10 points from six matches - level with Bidvest Wits, and four points behind pace-setting duo Chiefs and Arrows.

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