SuperSport Up To Second
SuperSport United beat TTM to move up to second, while Cape Town City jumped to fourth as they ended Golden Arrows’ unbeaten run, in Sunday’s DStv Premiership action.
Cape Town City 4-2 Golden Arrows
Cape Town City fought back from 2-1 down to beat Golden Arrows 4-2 at Cape Town Stadium on Sunday, and move into 4th spot on the table.
Craig Martin gave City the lead in the 14th minute, an excellent low strike from the full back, after being set up superbly by Thabo Nodada.
After an initial period where City were the dominating attacking force, with Arrows young goalkeeper Sifiso Mlungwana having to make a few good saves , the visitors began to get opportunities of their own.
And Arrows were level in the 35th minute as Velemseni Ndwandwe made no mistake, scoring from close range as City were unable to deal with a Knox Mutizwa free kick into the box, and Matome Mathiane played it down to Ndwandwe.
Mlungwana was back in action just before halftime to deny Fagrie Lakay as the opening 45 ended level.
Arrows were awarded a penalty in the 47th minute after a Taariq Fielies foul on Mutizwa, who picked himself up and made no mistake from the spot.
Fielies made up for his earlier mistake, when in the 62nd minute, heading in from a Surprise Ralani corner to make it 2-2.
Peter Leeuwenburgh had to make a big save in the 73rd minute, after Mutizwa broke free.
Mdu Mdantsane put City back in the lead in the 75th minute, after finding himself in the clear after reaching a Thato Mokeke pass, Mdantsane rounded the keeper and made no mistake. His 8th of the season
Fagrie Lakay made it 4-2 in the 85th minute, chipping over the advancing keeper.
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila 0-2 SuperSport United
SuperSport picked up a good away win against TTM, winning 2-0 at the Thohoyandou Stadium.
After a goalless first half, Bradley Grobler broke the deadlock on the hour mark, a long range effort that Brighton Mhlongo was unable to deal with.
Grobler’s 12th goal in 13 games.
Sipho Mbule doubled the lead in the 68th minute, finishing well from Kudakwashe Mahachi’s cross.