Injured time winner and leopard down the arrow

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Mohammed Annas Won the brace, including the winner of the downtime. Black leopard Moved from the bottom of DStv Premiership 2-1 victory over 10 players Golden Arrows At Sugar Ray Sur Stadium on Tuesday.

Arrows entered the contest after winning three consecutive league games, but was second best in most of the first half.

In this campaign, he won only two times in 15 league games, but it was Leopards who dominated the early stages of the game.

Tsepo Matsimbi and Kenneth Nthatheni had the opportunity to lead the Leopards, but their efforts were widespread.

It took Abafana Bes’thende 28 minutes to get her first chance at the goal, but Velemseni Ndwandwe saw his back heel shot saved brilliantly by visiting goalkeeper King Ndlovu.

However, Lida Duba took the lead shortly after heading for the rebound after Anas followed up in the 30th minute and Rifa Longwayne’s long range shot hit the crossbar. Arrows was a team that improved significantly in the second half, but created only half the chance. Most often fell to Lindokuhle Mtshali, who saw a desperate sliding effort spread.

The home team found the equalizer in the 68th minute. Michael Gumede back-heeled a low Mutokojishi Duvet cross behind the net, but Arrow’s chances of winning the contest plummeted just five minutes after the leveling problem struck. Pule Mmodi was shown a bright red card in a studs-up challenge at Nthatheni. The host seemed to hold points, but Anas hit a long-distance winner with three minutes of downtime, giving Leopards all three points. Victory means that Lidoda Duba is three points behind Maritzburg United and away from the table. Meanwhile, Arrows remains in fourth place after losing the season for the second time.

Injured time winner and leopard down the arrow

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