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MultiChoice Diski Challenge wrap 01 October 2017

Posted: 1 October 2017 Time: 12:42

There were a number of upsets in this weekend's MultiChoice Diski Challenge action.

Golden Arrows 3 - 1 Mamelodi Sundowns

MultiChoice Diski Challenge champions Golden Arrows condemned Mamelodi Sundowns to yet another loss in their 3-1 win on Sunday morning.

The Brazilians opened the scoring in the first half but imploded in the second stanza as Abafana Bes'thende rallied with Jappie grabbing a brace from the 50th and 80th minute while Ndwandwe scored the second goal in the 69th minute.

Masandawana are rooted at the bottom of log and have lost all four of their games in the 2017-18 edition.

Kaizer Chiefs 1 - 2 Cape Town City

Kaizer Chiefs missed the chance to climb up the ladder after a slow start, going down 2-1 to Cape Town City on Saturday morning.

Tima opened the scoring for the Citizens in the first half and Aqeel Jappie added the second in the stroke of halftime. Dyani scored a consolation goal for Amakhosi late on but it was too little too late.

Baroka FC 2 - 1 Orlando Pirates

Orlando Pirates suffered a late goal to go down 2-1 to Baroka FC on Sunday morning.

Fredie Hlalele opened the scoring for Bucs but Bakgaga equalised through a penalty five minutes into the second half and scored again deep into stoppage time to seal the win.

The Buccaneers missed the chance to move to second place as they have already accumulated six points from their four games.

Other results:

Polokwane City 4 - 2 Chippa United

AmaZulu 0 - 2 Free State Stars

Bloemfontein Celtic 1 - 1 Bidvest Wits

SuperSport United 0 - 0 Maritzburg United

Ajax Cape Town 3 - 1 Platinum Stars

Article by: Staff Reporter
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