Pitso Mosimane and Teboho Moloi pleased with draw

26 November 2017 - 00:00 By Staff reporter

It was an underwhelming stalemate at the end but as a fan you could sense that the two coaches were more satisfied with the goals that were met in front of a lively crowd at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
Mamelodi Sundowns moved to second spot on the log, a position they may relinquish depending on the result of last night's late kickoff match between Golden Arrows and Cape Town City, and coach Pitso Mosimane still has two matches in hand.
For Chippa United, coach Teboho Moloi will welcome the fact that they have moved a few places up on the Premier Soccer League log standings and they are yet to suffer defeat after six league matches which includes two successive wins.
Though Sundowns lost two points, Mosimane will be targeting the last four matches of the year against Baroka FC, Maritzburg United, Bloemfontein Celtic and Cape Town City in their push to go to the Christmas break at the top of the standings.

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