It was a clash of the Log leaders against the bottom place in Thohoyandou stadium when Kaizer Chiefs locked horns with Black Leopards.
The Amakhosi moving train was held by a draw in a fully packed Thohoyandou ground on Saturday afternoon. A match ended in 1:1 draw.
The Serbian striker Samir Nurković didn’t waste much to open the lead. In the eleventh (11′) minute Chiefs were ahead through a header from a setpiece, ‘Kokota Piano’ with the magic.
Nurković’s effort didn’t last long following a spectacular free-kick from Mogakolodi Ngele who had the better angle of Chiefs goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi. The 29-year-old Ngele could not finish the match after sustaining that forced him out of the game.
Lidoda Duvha ‘ secured a valuable one point from Kaizer Chiefs that could possibly help them escape the NFD dungeon. Chiefs remain ten (10) points clear on the table.
Leopards’ next game will be against the Cape Town side Cape Town City on Friday, 24 January 2020.
Chiefs’ next game will be against Steve Komphela’s side Golden Arrows on Saturday, 25 January 2020.
Kaizer Chiefs: Akpeyi, Ntiya-Ntiya, Cardoso, Mathoho, Sasman, Moleko, Katsande ©, Parker, Castro, Manyama, Nurković
Subs: Khune, Mphahlele, Kambole, Ngezana, Zuma, Baccus, Mashiane
Black Leopards: Mendes J, Mudau K, Zulu A, Masia I, Gyimah E,Abubakar M, Bereng T, Matlaba T © ,Musonda M, Ngele M, Ngambi R
Subs: Muleka R, Ndou T,Andrianarimanana A, Mokoena T, Mncwango,Kapinga L,Mhlongo J