- Baroka FC clinched a crucial win over Lamontville Golden Arrows in the DStv Premiership earlier today
- Baroka FC are now two points behind Swallows and three points from safety thanks to Bonginkosi Makume's goal
- Cape Town City missed out on the chance to move up to second place when they drew with Chippa United
Baroka FC are not going down without a fight.
Baroka beat Lamontville Golden Arrows by a single goal to give themselves a fighting chance with three games to go.
Bonginkosi Makume scored from the penalty spot in the 33rd minute to give his side the win. Golden Arrows had double the amount of shots on target that Baroka had but could not find an equaliser. However, Makume’s goal proved to be the deciding factor as Baroka hung on for a win, their first under new coach Vincent Kobola.
Baroka are now two points behind Swallows FC in 15th place and three points behind Maritzburg United. Maritzburg United take on Royal AM later today.
Stellenbosch FC stuns Mamelodi Sundowns as Ashley du Preez's brace guides Stellies to memorable victory
In the other DStv Premiership games taking place at the same time today, Cape Town City drew with Chippa United. Unfortunately, the Mother City club missed out on the chance to leapfrog Royal AM and claim the second spot.
Despite having more of the possession, more shots on target, more corners and even a penalty, Cape Town City could not find the back of the net. Eric Tinkler’s side moved up to 45 points, level with Royal AM. MaMkhize’s side have a far superior goal difference, though.
AmaZulu remain unbeaten under Brandon Truter, beat Swallows, while Supersport United and Stellenbosch draw
AmaZulu FC remained unbeaten under Brandon Truter as they beat Swallows FC in the DStv Premiership earlier today. Usuthu have now picked up three wins and one draw with Truter in charge.
Truter was brought in to replace Benni McCarthy after AmaZulu owner Sandile Zungu admitted that the club needed change. The clash between AmaZulu and Swallows saw Truter come up against his former side, Sowetan LIVE reported.
Speaking ahead of the game, Truter admitted that it was sentimental for him to play against Swallows but wanted to walk away with the three points. Truter got his wish thanks to Sphesihle Maduna’s goal in the 68th minute of the game, Soccer Laduma reported.