Absa Premiership

Leopards saved by Musonda again

2019-01-20 07:11
Mwape Musonda
Mwape Musonda (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Black Leopards stayed within touching distance of Golden Arrows, following their 1-1 draw in the Absa Premiership on Saturday night.

Leopards, who are turning their Thohoyandou Stadium into somewhat of a fortress these days, survived a serious scare after trailing their KwaZulu-Natal visitors for more than 30 minutes in the second stanza.

However, Mwape Musonda - who has encountered a purple patch in recent weeks - wasn't going to sit by and allow the club's 2019 progress to be derailed within the space of a week.

He equalised for the home team in the 86th minute, after Arrows established the lead through the boot of Lerato Lamola.

Following the stalemate, Arrows consolidated their place among the top ten in the Absa Premiership standings, having accumulated 21 points this season. Black Leopards are just one point - and one position - behind them.

Leopards, under the tutelage of Dylan Kerr, have not been defeated in 2019. Meanwhile, since Steve Komphela took over at the helm, Arrows have failed to gather the momentum that had been envisaged for the club.

 

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Friday, 06 December 2019
SuperSport United v Highlands Park, Lucas Moripe Stadium 20:00
Saturday, 07 December 2019
Baroka FC v Orlando Pirates, Peter Mokaba Stadium 15:30
Black Leopards v AmaZulu, Thohoyandou Stadium 15:30
Cape Town City v Chippa United, Athlone Stadium 18:00
Kaizer Chiefs v Bloemfontein Celtic, Moses Mabhida Stadium 20:15
Sunday, 08 December 2019
Polokwane City v Maritzburg United, Old Peter Mokaba Stadium 15:30
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