CAPE TOWN – TremendousSport United clawed their means again in the second half to safe a 1-all draw towards Orlando Pirates in their DStv Premiership match at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Wednesday night.
The draw permits TremendousSport to retain their second place on the standings. Pirates occupy fourth place.
Just 11 minutes into the first half, Pirates launched a wonderful attacking transfer from deep inside their half. Namibian striker Deon Hotto rounded off splendidly with a deft by way of ball to Vincent Pule who regardless of being sandwiched by two opposition defenders, unleashed a low left-footed drive from outdoors the penalty field to open the scoring (1-0).
ALSO READ: Ronwen Williams is tops between the sticks
After the sides modified ends for second-half play, TremendousSport confirmed much more enterprise as the second half wore on and deservedly scored the equaliser simply previous the hour mark. Pirates midfielder Ben Motshwari turned the ball into his personal web, making an attempt to clear a robust angled shot from TremendousSport’s Zambian International Ghamphani Lungu.
Meanwhile, earlier in the day, 35-year-old striker Lindokuhle Mbatha landed the first-half matchwinner for TS Galaxy towards Bloemfontein Celtic at the Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit.
ALSO READ: We can’t get forward of ourselves, says Josef Zinnbauer
Galaxy’s 1-0 win permits the facet to increase their unbeaten run to 5 matches and transfer up from eleventh to ninth place on the newest standings.