Absa Premiership

Moosa says football is unpredictable

2015-08-31 16:00
Zane Moosa (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Mamelodi Sundowns Zane Moosa insisted that the Bidvest Wits and Ajax Cape Town game showed how football can be unpredictable.

The Urban Warriors played to a 1-0 [2-1 aggregate] win against the Clever Boys seeing them face Kaizer Chiefs in the MTN8 Cup final.

Moosa, who has also played for Amakhosi, said that the red card awarded to Siyabonga Nhlapo was a huge blow for them as a team and but praised them for dominating during most of the game.

The Bafana Bafana veteran also praised Wits’ goalkeeper Moneeb Josephs for saving his team throughout the match with the number of saves he made.

“Sjoe. That game really showed how anything can change at any given time,” he told Sport24.

“I mean football is unpredictable just like life. 

“Wits was dominant the whole time until that incident with the penalty and red card; that change the complexity of the game, until then Wits was really on the ball and I don’t they even created any chances. 

“They didn’t score at that time but that red card moment was a double blow for them as they ended up being ten men down. 

“In my opinion I don’t think it should have gone that far but it happened anyway. 

“That was a really game changing moment and everything just went Ajax’s way, unexpectedly. 

“Throughout the match I still think Moeneeb Josephs was the man of the match; he had a number of good saves including the penalty. 

“Ajax is better team going forward,” he concluded.

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Tuesday, 26 November 2019
Mamelodi Sundowns v AmaZulu, Loftus Versfeld Stadium 19:30
Highlands Park v Wits, Makhulong Stadium 19:30
Orlando Pirates v Polokwane City, Orlando Stadium 19:30
Wednesday, 27 November 2019
Stellenbosch v Kaizer Chiefs, Cape Town Stadium 19:30
Bloemfontein Celtic v Cape Town City, Dr Molemela Stadium 19:30
Maritzburg United v SuperSport United, Harry Gwala Stadium 19:30
Chippa United v Black Leopards, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium 19:30
Baroka FC v Golden Arrows, Peter Mokaba Stadium 19:30
Saturday, 30 November 2019
Polokwane City v Bloemfontein Celtic, Old Peter Mokaba Stadium 15:30
Cape Town City v Highlands Park, Cape Town Stadium 18:00
Black Leopards v Golden Arrows, Thohoyandou Stadium 18:00
SuperSport United v Stellenbosch, Lucas Moripe Stadium 20:15
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