PSL : Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs After CBL Review
Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs show what supporters can expect from their team
Newly crowned Carling Black Label champions, Kaizer Chiefs took on their rivals and won the match convincingly with a 2-0 margin.
Amakhosi dominated both halves and goals from Rio jetted out defender Eric Mathoho and new striker Macha were enough to hand the Naturena based club the trophy.
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The game didn’t lack any flair as Bucs midfielder Thabo Rakhale displayed fine ball touches and Amakhosi Ekstein had his moments.
Chiefs looked like an oiled machine while Pirates looked as they still trying to find their feet.
The last 35 minutes saw both clubs making changes and new players came in to showcase if they can form part of the club’s season campaigners. Pirates supporters feel the substitution of Issa cause damage than good.
Pirates supporters feel the substitution of Issa cause more damage than good.
Players like Noordien came in and gave a good account of themselves.
Bernard Morrison showed why Orlando Pirates chased his signature.
His introduction brought life into the Buccaneers attack and should have equalized but his shot was blocked on the line
Amakhosi striker, Lewis Macha proved his worth when he came in to score his first goal for his new club against their rivals.
Judging from both teams performance one could see that Amakhosi are far ahead their rivals Orlando Pirates who are not far behind in terms of the team playing as a unit