Kaizer Chiefs and SuperSport United drew 1-1 in the DStv Premiership, while Chippa United and TS Galaxy played to the same score in Port Elizabeth. Baroka won the Limpopo derby with a 2-1 win over Black Leopards.
Kaizer Chiefs 1-1 SuperSport United
Chiefs and SuperSport drew 1-1 on Saturday afternoon at the FNB Stadium.
Reeve Frosler put Chiefs in the lead in the 29th minute, with a great strike. Having gathered the ball from a cleared corner, he curled the ball in from just inside the box.
There weren’t many other chances in the first half, Bradley Grobler’s long range effort was dealt with easily by Itumeleng Khune, while similarly Ronwen Williams dealt easily with a long range shot from the impressive Nkosingiphile Ngcobo.
Just before halftime Khune made a fingertip save to deny Evans Rusike as Chiefs held onto their advantage at the break.
Khune made a good save on the hour mark to deny Sipho Mbule’s low effort from long range.
SuperSport were were awarded a penalty in the 65th minute when Anthony Agay was adjudged to have been pulling on Thamsanqa Gabuza. Bradley Grobler stepped up and sent Khune the wrong way to score his 13th of the season.
Agay almost made amends in the 77th minute but his volley cannoned into the crossbar, after Williams got a little touch to the ball.
Williams came to SuperSport’s rescue with five minutes to go, denying Ngcobo with a one handed save.
The result bringing an end to Chiefs run of three consecutive defeats.
Chippa United 1-1 TS Galaxy
Chippa and Galaxy drew 1-1, with the home team finishing the game with ten men.
A goalless first half at the Neson Mandela Bay Stadium, but it was the visitors who were showing intent, especially as the half wore on.
But Chippa were awarded a penalty on the hour mark, when Anthony Laffor was fouled in the box by Bathusi Aubaas. Andile Mbenyane stepped up and made no mistake from the spot
Galaxy were awarded a penalty in the 65th minute from a Frederic Nsambiyumva foul on Mxolise Macuphu. Lindokuhle Mbatha buried the spot kick to level the score.
Isaac Nhlapo was shown a red card in the 88 minute for a dangerous foul on former Ajax Cape Town teammate Masilake Phohlongo.
Baroka 2-1 Black Leopards
Baroka walked away victors against Lidoda Duvha in the Limpopo derby on Saturday evening.
A goalless first half at the Peter Mokaba Stadium, with Leopards maybe edging it. They held a slight possession advantage, and had more efforts at goal, although neither team really threatened the goalmouth.
In the second half, Leopards would regret not using those half chances as Baroka took the lead on the hour mark, as a shot by Goodman Mosele, was deflected by Kenneth Nthatheni into his own net.
Joslin Kamatuka made it two in the 65th minute, as he chased onto a long clearance from his goalkeeper Oscarine Masuleke and made no mistake.
Nthatheni made amends for his earlier blunder, as he headed in from a Tumelo Khutlang corner to pull one back for Leopards.
Masuleke had to be sharp to keep Baroka ahead, when he made a good save from Khutlang’s effort in the 88th minute.