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Leopards fail to finish off Action

By Martin Ledwaba | Feb 20, 2012 | COMMENTS [ 4 ]

BLACK Leopards coach Vladislav Heric says he is happy with their 1-all draw against Zimbabwe's Motor Action in the first leg of the CAF Confederations Cup at the weekend.

Leopards allowed Action back into the game by conceding a penalty with six minutes remaining after their skipper, Mongezi Bobe, was adjudged to have handled in the box.

Heric said a draw was better than a defeat, but based on their first-half performance they should have scored more, which would have made their task in the return match in two weeks in Zimbabwe easier. Heric said

"We were impressed by the boys' performance as compared to the way we played against Orlando Pirates in a league match last week," The match against Motor Action afforded our boys an opportunity to combine well and gain more experience. We believe that through matches of this nature even our boys' level of maturity will rise.

"We are well aware that the draw will indeed make our lives difficult in the return match because we have to win since a goalless draw will sink us.

The match has also laid a solid foundation as we prepare for our tough league match against Bloemfontein Celtic on Wednesday at Peter Mokaba Stadium."

Action coach Joey Antipas said an away draw was like a victory to them because they would finish off Leopards in the second leg.

"The fact that we were able to hold them to a draw despite the fact that we were minus three experienced players, who missed the match because of passport problems, we will have no mercy on them,"Antipas said. "We will also make full use of our home turf advantage because we have good support at home. We hope that our boys will be razor sharp in the second leg because the Leopards match was our first competitive after the festive break.

Vincent Xakane scored Leopards' goal in the 72th minute from Khethokwakhe Masuku's well-taken corner kick.

Godfrey Moyo leveled for Action in the 84th minute.

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shame Leopards, you were so close to win that game if it was n't that penalty but any way is part of the game. good luck lidodadhuvha for the next game agains Action. atleast you played well and make us south african proud unlike Pie Rats that humiliate us nxa

@ Bobby

what do you think about dis Godfrey Moyo Boy?

KC4LF

Feb 20, 2012 8:55 | 0 replies

welldone lidoda duva. we will do the same in two weeks time. we need to make a mark in africa as south africans

Feb 20, 2012 9:25 | 0 replies

You should be, after we were beaten 3-1. Atleast you guys wont have a mountain to climb.
But in football, anything is possible

Feb 20, 2012 9:46 | 0 replies

Well done boys. You did much better than your useless big brothers, OPFC. I am sure you will go all the way to the final and maybe win it, to emulate the glamour boys of African football , KC

Feb 20, 2012 9:56 | 0 replies