Pirates finally break the bad result series

Pirates finally break the bad result series. First time after coach Rhulani Mokwena got the position of a head coach, he menage to win in the game. If we look at PSL results, then is it obvious that they didn’t win for five matches.

In the first match of the season they won, since then they only played draw or they were defeated. Finally, this win brings them three points in the match against Chippa United at Orlando Stadium on Saturday. All that is because of support from new player Tshegofatso Mabaso. Since 2016 Chippa United hasn’t won on Orlando Stadium. After this match, everything stayed the same.

Pirates: highlights of the match

At the beginning of this match, we can see some players for the first time in the Pirates colors. Firstly, French goalkeeper, Joris Delle got his chance in Mzansi, the striker Tshegofatso Mabaso has his League start for the Pirates.

Before this game, the poor form was the main problem. But still, desire for the win was here. The former Bloemfontein Celtic striker becomes the best striker in the game. Only five minutes was enough for him to netted twice. This was his first Absa Premiership game for The Buccaneers.

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Mabasa had an impressive 100 percent shoot. In the whole game, he had three attempts he scores two goals. his teammates register a further 15 shots at the goal. Two goals in 90 minutes is an impressive score, if he stays on this level, there should not have any fears in future matches. Anyway, Mokwena finally registered his first-ever victory on the Pirates bench. Finally, win after five matches in this season.

Their new goalkeeper had his debut for the Bucs’. In 72 minutes, he came in the game. Finally, everyone can see him at work. Pirates moved up on the seventh position on the table now they are only two points behind the Kaizer Chiefs. Still, some teams need to play a match this can change some things. More information about future matches, players league you can find on Soccer10. Here you can find all the sports news in one place.