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Video: Royal AM Staff Seen Conducting Ritual Before Golden Arrows Nedbank Cup Match
- Royal AM continued to be a handful in the Nedbank Cup
- Thwihli Thwahla accounted for Golden Arrows in the Last 16 of the tournament
- Before the game, a curious scene unfolded before the match on the Harry Gwala Stadium pitch
Royal AM is going to be a handful in this season's Nedbank Cup this season.
Thwihli Thwahla swept aside KawZulu-Natal rivals Golden Arrows 3-1 in the last 16 of the competition. Ricardo Nascimento opened the scoring for the visitors at the Harry Gwala Stadium with a penalty in the 33rd minute, before Knox Mutizwa equalised in the fourth minute of added time in the second half. Levy Mashiane made it 2-1 (110') and 3-1 (119') on either side of a Philani Cele red card (114').
Before all of this drama unfolded, something strange occurred on the field. Several Royal AM staff members were seen conducting what clearly was a ritual of sorts, ambling in predetermined lines on the field as well as... interactions... with the goalposts and nets.
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