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By Sowetan, Sapa | Mar 17, 2012 | COMMENTS [ 33 ]

Pirates win by 3 goals to 2 against Kaizer Chiefs PLUS Wits see stars

The win moved the defending league champions into second place -- with 36 points accumulated after 20 games.

Dominating the first 45 minutes, Pirates scored all three goals within the first 24 minutes as Chiefs' defence were slow to react.

McCarthy was on target in the ninth and 24th minute and the veteran striker was also at hand for the side's second goal.

He set up Ndumiso Mabena, who took a shot inside the box before the move was completed by Daine Klate in the 21st minute.

Chiefs, though, grafted their way back before the interval through talisman Siphiwe Tshabalala.

The Bafana Bafana striker turned inside the box to slot past Pirates' goalkeeper Moeneeb Josephs in the 32nd minute.

Substitute striker Lehlohonolo Majoro brought Amakhosi to within touching distance with a spectacular bicycle-kick from a corner after 70 minutes to make the scores 3-2.

It was a far improved effort for the Buccaneers after a lethargic 3-0 midweek loss to Santos – their first match under interim coach Augusto Palacios following the suspension of Julio Leal.

Tshabalala, back from injury after a month on the sidelines, seemed to carry his side and fashioned a shot outside the box which sailed narrowly over the bar.

However, it was Pirates who were superior in front of the 87,171 crowd and were more threatening in front of Itumeleng Khune's goal with chances falling to Klate and Mabena.

Chiefs, who had been inactive for two weeks, started to find their footing in the final quarter of the opening half, and took the momentum with them into the second.

Amakhosi coach Vladimir Vermerzovic threw caution to the wind near the hour mark and brought on forwards Majoro and Lucky Khune to replace the ineffective duo of George Lebese and Mandla Masango.

Pirates had opted to beef up their midfield with the introduction of Thandani Ntshumayelo for Mabena early in the second stanza.

The hosts still made breaks going forward through Klate's attempted lob which went over the crossbar and McCarthy, who was blocked by Lincoln Zvasiya in the dying moments as he attempted to blast a memorable hat-trick.

Tshabalala nearly forced a draw in the last minute for Chiefs though, as he sliced through the Pirates' defence, but was let down by his first touch as Josephs easily collected.

Chiefs remain on 33 points after 20 matches and suffered their fourth loss of the campaign.

Head-to-head since the formation of the National Soccer League (now Premier Soccer league) in 1985, Chiefs still held the lead, having won 22 matches to Pirates' 12 from 53 games played.

WITS SEE STARS 

Two second half goals condemned Wits to four matches without a win in the Premiership, as they were thrashed by 3-1 by Free State Stars at Bidvest Stadium on Saturday.

  Going into halftime locked at 1-1, Stars, despite playing away from home, looked the more complete team and were clinical with their finishing.

  Wits made a run at scoring in the first half, but seemed to tire in the second period as Stars strengthened their grip on the encounter.

  The Clever Boys had their chances though at 2-1 down, but failed to convert and dropped more valuable points at home this season.

  Wits started the game moving the ball around the pitch, but their interplay was not confident and their passing was careless.

  Stars worked their way into the game after an initial flurry of attacks by the home side, and were rewarded with the opener in the 24th minute.

  Stars player Katlego Mashego received the ball on the edge of the area, and with time and space picked his spot in the corner of goal and rifled the ball into the net to make it 1-0 to Stars.

  The visiting team’s lead was wiped out in the blink of an eye, as Wits moved play straight into the Stars box from the restart.

They were rewarded with a penalty, and Sifiso Vilakazi calmly slotted home from the spot to level the scores at 1-1.

  Free State Stars went ahead again in the 62nd minute, as they caught Wits napping and Noah Chivuta was on hand from a Mashego cross to slot home the goal from close range.

  Emile Baron was the standout player for the home side in the Wits goal, as he pulled off some good reaction saves to keep his team in the match, but his efforts were ultimately to no avail.

  In the 76th minute David de Oliveira should have equalised. He made a good run into the area and from close range and with just Kennedy Mweene to beat in the Stars goal, launched his shot wildly into the stands.

  In the 84th minute, Stars ended the match as a contest with their third goal. Edward Mnqele was on the end of a cross in the area, and he rounded the keeper and stuck the ball into the net to make it 3-1 and cap a resounding victory.

  With the win, Stars move up to sixth on the table with 32 points after 20 games while Wits drop a spot to 9th without adding to their 26 points.

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What a game! Wow after leaving Amakhosi I must say it's good to be in a winning team rather than a family business.

Mar 17, 2012 5:54 | 0 replies

Good morning HAPPY PEOPLE

Shapa BHAKASHUSHU SHAPA, Ezinyama ezikamagebela zagebela umhlaba zawubhekisa phezulu EzikaKHOZA. Once a Pirates always a Pirates

Oh What game !!!!!ZimZebra Forces is our daily bread and Sundowns is our daily hot chocolate coffee




Mar 19, 2012 7:15 | 0 replies

What a game thanks to the two teams they finally gave a score filled entertaininmg game.
@Rattex-the-rat-killer, Click and all Zim zebras what do you say? Come out of the closet i promise we'll not insult you guys, but a win is win #hlokolozing#

Mar 19, 2012 7:19 | 0 replies

halala bakajuju halala, kwath' angigiye ....... giya .........kwath' angigiye .....giya
tjovitjo tjovitjo nazi la zikhona!!!

ubani ikhehla? ubani is'dudla?????????????????!

Bakania Once & Always

Mar 19, 2012 7:28 | 0 replies

siyabuya!

Mar 19, 2012 7:59 | 0 replies

Yesssssssss my Champions. Well done to the real Kings of the Soweto derby. On the soccer pitch,not on Sowetan like the Zebras.
Less Yada Yada and more skinning of the Zebras. One game at a time.

Dankie Champ Benni...somaar twee keer ou seun.
Dankie Champ Sox...you made the Zebra called Jimmy Tau and his defending Zebras form a new style of guard of honour for you,sitting on their butts. Kwaaaaa!!!!
Dankie Champ Jali...you and Champ Ace were superb in midfield.
Dankie Champ Klate...you exposed the real highway to the Zebras goal with your attack.

Dankie to all our playa Champs. Our new defender Champs were impressive including Champ Matlaba and Nzunza is getting there.

- AS USUAL..BUCCANEERS ARE HAPPY PEOPLE-

Mar 19, 2012 8:4 | 0 replies

Thobela Thobela re a tamiša rena baga Mpotjekegobotje ka lapeng la di-CHAMP,Ke dumela kere bo sele gabotse.....

@ALL CHAMPS....Heloooooooooooooo

PLEASE I would like to hear from the following Chimpanzeeees:

The no1 Chimpanzeee lady:Rusg
My Skatability:Click
My EX:Rattex
My brada frm anada father:KMGG wa LEBHAKAJUJU
Baagišane ba Mpotje:Warra Puritty, Warra Little,Warra SeshegoGuy and Warra LEPEDI
And there is this Sunflop called Warra Gusheshe….kikikiki

Shapaaaaaaa BHAKATSIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPA Shapaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

HA SE NNA KE BENNI

Sunflops,U R NEXT!!!

BHAKAJUJU TILL I BECUM AN ANCESTOR

Mar 19, 2012 8:14 | 0 replies

It is so quite here, it is not difficult to see that the unholy alliance of the Star-less has swallowed their words today. Constipated with too much empty yada yada and no win.
They are always the first to comment on Bucs articles,Today its losing babalaas. Kwaaaaa!!!!.

- BUCCANEERS ARE NOT AN AVERAGE TEAM-

Mar 19, 2012 8:15 | 0 replies

CONGRATULATIONS to Robert Sithole for winning it for RATs, clearly the game went to the highest bidder and the TOOTHLESS one came out tops as ussual....

tltltltltltltltltltltltltl....RATs where hanging for dear life against the useless ZEBRAS how ironic, playing good football my foot...by so called GALAXY of useless DONKEYS!!!damn this team is full of overpaid, overrated useless players COWS!!!!!!

ANY way RATs congratulations that was a great game there even though u parked a bus...tltltltltltltltltltl...so next time dont complain when other teams park it...

Mar 19, 2012 8:26 | 0 replies


KHUNE is inexperienced after so many years in football...lack of game time isnt good for any team, it doesnt mean that u automatically win if u didnt play rather that put u in a compromising situation and i hope u learned that the hard way boy...

on my way back from the land of the rising sun on friday our captain had changed his tune that it's 50/50 and can go either way after he said that we are the favourites...tltltltltltltltltltltltltl...i guess someone talked some sense in to that big head!!!!

Mar 19, 2012 8:31 | 0 replies


WHERE is PANJO or any KHOSI who went to the stadium? i thought you guys would fire missles to the pitch so that KAIZER can be fined and V.V escourted from the pitch eish i'm disappointed in u guys...

i guess i didnt get what i wanted, damn losing to RATs and not losing V.V is bad...atleast losing both was going to be a bonus...

Mar 19, 2012 8:38 | 0 replies