SuperSport United; victory 2-0 over AmaZulu

SuperSport United was away to AmaZulu, as they were trying to fix the damage of 2-2 draw result from the game against Maritzburg United. Their midweek game didn’t bring the best results but on Sunday afternoon, tables have turned.

In another match of the day, Black Leopards travelled away to visit Bloemfontein Celtic in Bloemfontein. Phunya Sele Sele was chasing their sixth within this season. Supersport finally managed to get some points and at least put a bandaid to previous failures.

SuperSport United managed to win over AmaZulu in a tricky match on Sunday, ending with a result 2-0. Tshwane giants were focused on winning ways after they managed to beat the log leaders Kaizer Chiefs. Chiefs got defeated in their first match of the new year, at home. Read more on Soccer 10 today;

SuperSport United is getting back on track

Kaitano Tembo’s men are under pressure to keep up with the fellow Premier Soccer League title chasers. He had to rectify their ways to ensure they walked away with a win in Durban at the Kings Park Stadium. Evans Rusike was the one who turned the situations for the better with 1-0 goal in the 24th minute. The reigning MTN8 champions pushed themselves and it worked.

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Only six minutes later, striker Bradley Grobler netted again. He doubled the lead when he beat his marker in the box before he unleashed a low shot to surpass goalkeeper Neil Boshoff. Usuthu made all kinds of attempts to get trough Siyethemba Mnguni in search for a goal. He wanted to keep them in a match but they failed to beat Ronwen Williams.

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The Wafa Wafa champions got on the third spot after this victory, with 31 points from 18 played games. They left the troops of coach Jozef Vukusic 14th with 17 points. Bloemfontein Celtic won 4-2 over Black Leopards just after the Stellies win during the week. Lehlohonolo Seema’s men pulled off three points in the home game at Dr Petrus Molemela Stadium.

They found the net already in the third minute with Siphelele Luthuli who signalled the host’s intention. Only six minutes later, Sepana Letsoalo made to 2-0 and continued his domination over Lidoda Duvha. The match ended with Letsoalo doubling the trouble in 54th minute, netting the 4th goal. Tshwarelo Bereng returned one in the last 10 minutes, reducing the lead on two goals. Prepare for the next fixture with betway!