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Speechless ... Breathless ... Defeated!
BY THOBEKA NGEMA
The Nedbank Cup last 32 matches left fans in disbelief. The clubs you would call second division or second stringers left ABSA Premiership clubs dumbfounded. It is expected that the first division clubs would win their matches, but that was not the case.
BY THOBEKA NGEMA
The Barclays Premier League set up eight matches for the weekend. Each match at least produced one goal, with a total of 23 goals being scored.
On Saturday, Fulham scored one goal from Dimitar Berbatov, but Fulham manager was bothered by Stoke's Steven N'Zonzi's punch at Bryan Ruiz. Santi Carzola scored a brace as Arsenal beat Aston Villa 2-1. The victory came after Arsenal were dumped out of The FA Cup and
Ebeshota nje ngemitsi esibhozo. Amla has been the beacon of hope for the team. Recently he announced that he was relinquishing his role as vice captain to Graeme Smith.Currently
Pretoria outfit Mamelodi Sundowns became the first team to qualify for the Nedbank last 16 after beating Ajax Cape Town 1-0 last night.Playing away to Ajax, Downs’ win would boost the morale of the side after playing a 1-1 draw with Golden Arrows having come from behind.Le ha balateli batlile kabongata, bapalo ineyisa kgatlisi. Ifedile husina di goal impa dihlopa teams
München travelled to England for their tie against Arsenal. The first half belonged to Bayern as they took a 2-0 lead at the end of the first half, with goals scored by Toni Kroos and Thomas Müller. Arsenal created too many fouls, which they were booked for, which was a huge sign of frustration from the Gunners.
The ABSA Premiership provided encounters on Tuesday and Wednesday, 19th and 20th of February. Black Leopards hosted league leaders Kaizer Chiefs. Chiefs scored first, but Leopards equalised. Later in the match, Chiefs scored two more goals and finished the tie 1-3 to Chiefs. The Soweto giants