Cape Town - Chippa United put four goals past a 10-man University of
Pretoria thanks to efforts from the impressive Mark Mayambela, Eric Chipeta, Nkosinathi
Mthiyane and Lerato Manzine in their Absa Premiership game at the Nelson Mandela
It was AmaTuks who started the brightest when Ethiopian
international forward Getaneh Kebede had the first chance at goal, but he
missed to the left of the target after 13 minutes.
And the fans had to wait until 31 minutes for the next real
chance at goal when Chippa’s Rhulani Manzini fired in a shot, but Washington
Arubi saved easily.
But soon enough Chippa found the opener through Mark
Mayambela who got onto the end of a Rhulani Manzini delivery to head in the
opener, giving Chippa a 1-0 lead.
AmaTuks were dealt a serious blow after Vukile Mnqibisa was
sent for an early shower. After a foul involving Erick Chipeta and Mngqibisa,
the Tuks player retaliated and was shown a red card for a second bookable
Then Eric Chipeta dusted himself off and finished with a
powerful penalty kick to make it 2-0 after a foul by goalkeeper Washington
Arubi on Nkosinathi Mthiyane.
Then ex-AmaZulu player Nkosinathi Mthiyane put his header
past Arubi to hand Chippa United a 3-0 lead before Lerato Manzini netted a
fourth goal thanks to good work by Mayambela.