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MultiChoice Diski Shield wrap 22 April 2018

Posted: 22 April 2018 Time: 12:38

Golden Arrows, Bloemfontein Celtic, Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs progressed to the MultiChoice Diski Shield semi-finals.

SuperSport United 2-3 Mamelodi Sundowns

Mamelodi Sundowns secured their spot in the semi-finals after defeating SuperSport United on Saturday.

Goals from Dylan Stoffels and Sidney Mtshweni put SuperSport 2-0 up, before a brace from Keabetswe Mokwena and a late strike from Siphesihle Mkhize handed Sundowns the win.

Cape Town City 1-1 Ajax Cape Town

The Cape derby ended all square as Cape Town City and Ajax Cape Town drew 1-1 at Parow Park on Saturday.

The Urban Warriors went ahead through Muzi Thabotha before Fawaaz Basadien equalised for the Citizems.

Bloemfontein Celtic 2-1 Free State Stars

Goals from Tsheofatso Mabasa and Neo Maema handed Bloemfontein Celtic a 2-1 win over Free State Stars and a spot in the semi-finals.

Golden Arrows 3-2 Maritzburg

Golden Arrows defeated Maritzburg United in a five-goal thriller to secure their spot in the semi-finals.

Siphamandla Sabelo netted a brace while Nduduzo Sibiya also got on the score-sheet for the two-time MultiChoice Diski Challenge winners.

Kaizer Chiefs 6-3 Orlando Pirates

Kaizer Chiefs were the final side to book their spot in the last four after beating Orlando Pirates 6-3 on Sunday afternoon.

Goals from Happy Mashiane, Yusuf Bunting, an own goal from Lehlohonolo Mtshali and further strikes from Reamohetswe Lekoata, Luke Moses and Asanda Dyani did the damage for Chiefs on the day.

Other results:

Baroka FC 1-1 Polokwane City

Maritzburg United 1-1 Chippa United

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