Black Leopards are back on the winning trail in the Absa Premiership. In the last game, they won in the game against Cape Town City. The final score was 2-1. A late goal from Lasedi was guilty of Cape Town City defeat at Thohoyandou Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
After this game, we can see some changes in the PSL log standing. Right now Leopards rise to 11th place on the log with 12 points, while the Citizens are dropped to 13th place with only 11 points.
Black Leopards vs Cape Town City highlights
City excellently opened a game, the first shoot came early in the 3rd minute of the game when Kermit shoot, but his shot was a stunt by goalkeeper Jonas Mendes. After this early chance, Leopards started to play. Cape Town City was forced onto the back.
The first goal in the game we can see in the 19th minute when midfielder Robert Ngambi scored with a long-range shot. Goalkeeper Sage can’t do anything in this situation. The city didn’t stop to play after this shock, they almost score a goal in the 28th minute. Yet, Leopards could double their advantage 10 minutes before the break.
After halftime, we can see some changes in the City’s team. They decided to replace Siphelele Mthembu with Fagrie Lakay. Actually, this change brings something good for them. The Citizens scored an equalizing goal in the 50th minute. Bradley Ralani was a scorer in this situation.
With the score, 1-1 City can breathe a little bit. Both teams started to trade chances on both sides. Lakay was a real problem for the home side defense, while Leopards bring the dangerous Mwape Musonda into the game.
In the last part of the game, we can see dominance from the Leopards. But they start to dominance when they make some changes in the team. 10 minutes before the end Leopards scores their second goal in this game.
Until the end of the game, they have a simple job to do. They stayed calm. After this game teams will be back in the league action later this month. Which will bring you a new opportunity to take a bet on your favorite club on Betway South Africa app.