Chiefs crush Arrows

2012-11-06 21:56

Polokwane - Table-topping Kaizer Chiefs extended their unbeaten Premiership run to nine matches, courtesy of a first half strike from Lehlohonolo Majoro and a second half brace from substitute Kingston Nkhatha, to hand Amakhosi a comfortable 3-0 victory over Golden Arrows at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Tuesday evening.

Chiefs headed into the clash on the back of a 1-1 draw with Maritzburg United in their last league outing a fortnight ago.

Amakhosi were without their top goal-scorer Bernard Parker, who was ruled out due to an aggravated ankle injury, but welcomed back defender Siboniso Gaxa, who returned for the first time since September.

Chiefs had their first opportunity of the match as early as the second minute, after Gaxa played an intelligent ball into the Arrows area, finding Majoro, who forced a diving save from Arrows goalkeeper Pavels Steinbors, tipping over the bar to deny the early goal.

Chiefs broke the deadlock 12 minutes later, after a solid build-up involving the midfield led Siphiwe Tshabalala to find Majoro, who slotted home with a first-time effort, to open the scoring with his fourth of the season.

Having taken the lead, Chiefs looked to double their advantage, with chances falling to Majoro, Tshabalala and Siyabonga Nkosi, but George Lebese came closest in the 36th minute as he fired a shot narrowly over the crossbar, inching over the goal to keep the lead down to one.

After going into the half-time break a goal up, dominating possession and scoring opportunities in the first period, Amakhosi came out guns blazing in the second, with Lebese again denied in the 47th minute, this time by Steinbors, who made a superb diving save to keep the visitors in with a chance.

A quiet second period followed, but the hosts finally doubled their lead with 15 minutes to left to play, after a pinpoint long ball from the Chiefs' defence found Nkhatha, who beat the offside trap and headed past Steinbors, who came out of his area and was left stranded as the ball crept over the line, for Nkhatha's third of the league campaign.

Six minutes later, Nkhatha scored his second of the night, after another long ball found the former Black Leopards striker unmarked, with Nkhatha drilling his effort past Steinbors at the near post, to complete a convincing sixth win of the league season for the Soweto giants.

PSL results on Tuesday:

Kaizer Chiefs 3 Golden Arrows 0
Wits 2 Moroka Swallows 0
Chippa Utd 2 SuperSport Utd 2 (Erasmus 27, 61)


Maritzburg Utd v Bloemfontein Celtic, AmaZulu v Pretoria University, Black Leopards v Platinum Stars, Free State Stars v Ajax Cape Town, Mamelodi Sundowns v Orlando Pirates


  • jackie.stone.501 - 2012-11-06 22:13

    Well done boys, didn't somebody say something about some tortoises starving?

      sakhile.samuel.71 - 2012-11-07 00:19

      Big up Amakhosi well done keep on going boys don't stop we want League Khosi for Life.

  • Sello Oscar Mawayi - 2012-11-06 22:29

    thanks amakhosi

  • mzuvukile.maswana - 2012-11-07 05:14

    Must also thank the referee for wearing blinkers. The referee didn't see the dangerous tackle by Khune as well as the Arrows penalty. Well done to Nkatha by the way.

      siphelele.master2 - 2012-11-07 06:12

      There was no penalty by Khune please take your blinkers Mzu\r\nShapa Khosi shapaaaaaaaaaaa

      mabhekana.nzuza - 2012-11-07 07:54

      This is a song 4Rats, as they still mourning about refery.

      paul.makhudu1 - 2012-11-07 08:47

      do you really know soccer?

  • sifiso.ndlangamandla - 2012-11-07 06:30

    Sharp guys, Mpofane for life.

  • chris.jikijela.1 - 2012-11-07 06:39

    Scoring seems to be easy for chiefs these compared to previous seasons we hardly scored more than 2 goals in a game....well Baxter

      sbahle.wela - 2012-11-07 07:50

      Well noted brother, goal difference speaks volume about the team ability to score goal....well done coach and the boys

  • joshua.glynns - 2012-11-07 06:41

    Nkatha wl rmain as always Nkatha!

  • andre.baatjies - 2012-11-07 06:58

    Well done khosi,where I stay is very quiet these days!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • tshiamo.seipelo - 2012-11-07 07:18

    Chiefs can still win t League if reall indeed they stick on that Philosophy. Up to so far record is good, and they remind Manchester United on its past time

  • mdu.raphael - 2012-11-07 07:29

    well done bafana bamakhosi keeep it up boyz show them how to play khosi for life

  • mabhekana.nzuza - 2012-11-07 07:58

    Let them fight 4 a 2nd position, we will cruez at the top.

  • cosmas.ngwenya - 2012-11-07 13:34

    thanx to poor refeering as usual, nothng 2 celebrate.......

      malepfana - 2012-11-07 15:34


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