The match between SuperSport United and Golden Arrows yesterday on November 5th at Mbombela Stadium resulted in a draw. The game ended just as it was predicted and these two teams proved to be of equal skill.
SuperSport United moved up to the fourth place in the PSL log standing, despite this goalless draw from yesterday evening. Jamie Webber, Evans Rusike and Luke Fleurs all returned for SuperSport while Neverdie Makhubela replaced the Saturday’s match-winner Lindokuhle Mtshali for the visitors.
Matsatsantsa started fiercely with Bradley Grobler firing over the top from Sipho Mbule’s pass. At the same time, Webber forced Edmore Sibanda into the first save of the evening in the first ten minutes.
SuperSport United moved up despite the unlucky outcome
Rusike failed in his attempt to put SuperSport in the lead eight minutes later while shooting wide from close range. He played a one-two with Thamsanqa Gabuza from just inside the 18-yard area. On the mark of half-hour, the pressure from the home side grew stronger. Sibanda kept his focus, following a fast-paced counterattack. At the same time, Arrows made their first opening. Just two minutes after, they followed a stray pass by Dean Furman but from Divine Lunga’s pass, Knox Mutizwa fired wide.
During the second half, Siyabonga Nhlapo has set Gabuza in the area on 52 minutes with a telling cross from the right. However, the former Orlando Pirates striker knew his way to get off target. The visitors ended strongly when their persistence was shut off from Seth Parusnath played in Mutizwa. He shot straight at Ronwen Williams just ten minutes from time. Williams pulled a rescue on SuperSport United once again. With eight minutes remaining, he tipped a low shot from Danny Venter onto the post.
Three minutes later, he denied Venter with another great save. The game ended with a draw which is not the outcome any of the sides hoped for. However, if you followed our news you could see that the prediction was correct. Use betway south africa to realize your bets over your phone.