Former Malawi national football team midfielder Robert Ng’ambi can breathe a sigh of relief following Black Leopards football club 3-2 win over Maritzburg united on Sunday in the South African Premier Soccer League (PSL).
Black Leopards who are in the relegation zone on the log table, were in front with 2 goals in the first 30 minutes thanks to Musonda and Hlongwane, but in the last 15 minutes of the first half, Maritzburg united equalised through Buchanan and Kunene.
In the second half, Hlongwane was back on the score sheet to complete his brace and win the game for Black Leopards which has given them hope to avoid relegation despite them still being on position 16 from 25 games with 23 points.
In another match on Sunday in the premier soccer league, former Malawi national football team midfielder John Maduka who is now coach for Bloemfontein Celtic led his his first league action since the appointment last month in a match they drew 1-1 against Supersport united.
Mahashe scored in the first half of the match to put Celtic in front but a second half goal from Mokoena levelled matters for the two sides to share points.
This is the second match for John Maduka to be in charge of Bloemfontein Celtic as head coach after leading the team to the Nedbank cup finals after defeating Baroka football club 3-0 in the semifinals of the cup early this month.
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