Stellenbosch FC Beats Chippa United to Qualify for DStv Diski Shield Final, Chase History

Stellenbosch FC Beats Chippa United to Qualify for DStv Diski Shield Final, Chase History

  • Stellenbosch United defeated Chippa United in the first semifinal to qualify for the 2022 DStv Diski Shield final
  • Marvin Boji's 70th-minute penalty proved to be the difference in the encounter
  • The Maroons are now 90 minutes away from becoming the first team to win both trophies

Stellenbosch FC are through to the 2022 DStv Diski Shield final after defeating Chippa United 1-0 in the semifinal match at the Giant Stadium in Soshanguve.

Marvin Boji scored the winning goal in the 70th minute from the penalty spot after United's Francis Kayden fouled Stellies' Shawn Isaacs inside the box. The Maroons will now await the winner of the fixture between Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs in the other semifinal.

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Stellenbosch FC defeated Chippa United 1-0 in Tshwane. Image source: @Asidlali.
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The men from the Cape are chasing history having been crowned DStv Diski Challenge, because winning the Shield will make them the first team to have won both trophies since their inception.

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