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MultiChoice Diski Challenge wrap 14 January 2018

Posted: 14 January 2018 Time: 10:17

Kaizer Chiefs started the year with a thrilling win, while Mamelodi Sundowns could only secure a point against Chippa United in the MultiChoice Diski Challenge.

Kaizer Chiefs 3-2 SuperSport United

Chiefs raced into a two-goal lead thanks to goals from Asanda Dyani and Yusuf Bunting.

SuperSport managed to reduce the deficit just before the break through Kamohelo Mahlatsi, while Luke Le Roux restored parity.

Given Thibedi struck in second-half stoppage time to earn Chiefs three points on the day.

Mamelodi Sundowns 1-1 Chippa United

Mamelodi Sundowns started the year with a point after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Chippa United.

The Chilli Boys took the lead through Anda Linose just before the halftime break while Thabo Mile converted a penalty to level matters for Sundowns.

Orlando Pirates 2-2 Cape Town City

Orlando Pirates began the year with a point after playing to a 2-2 draw against Cape Town City.

Jaqueel De Jager put the Citizens ahead before  Katlego Molaba leveled matters for Pirates.

Pirates went into the break 2-1 up thanks to  Freddie Hlalele's finish while City secured a point thanks to  Fawaaz Basadien's equaliser in the 57th minute.

Bloemfontein Celtic 2-3 Golden Arrows

Golden Arrows were back to winning ways in the MDC after defeating Bloemfontein Celtic on Saturday afternoon.

Siphamandla Sabelo, Siboniso Conco, Thabiso Mgwaba secured the win for the visitors.

Other results:

AmaZulu 2-2 Bidvest Wits

Ajax Cape Town 1-1 Polokwane City

Platinum Stars 0-0 Free State Stars

Maritzburg United 0-1 Baroka FC

Article by: Staff Reporter
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