Chikomo strike sinks Tafic

Ronald Chikomo (22) tries to challenge Tafic's Kabo Ogolotse. PIC KEOAGILE BONANG
Ronald Chikomo (22) tries to challenge Tafic's Kabo Ogolotse. PIC KEOAGILE BONANG

FRANCISTOWN: A Ronald Chikomo solitary 65th minute strike gave visitors Gaborone United (GU) a 0-1 victory and nailed Tafic further into the relegation quagmire.

In the first half, Tafic had done well to keep GU at bay in a beMOBILE Premier League clash played at the Francistown the stadium on Saturday.

Mid-way through the first half  GU Left back Edwin Olerile hit the bar with a long-range shot. Olerile again had his shot saved by Tafic goal minder Edwin Morapedi towards the end of the first half. Olerile was also lively  as he delivered a few telling crosses into the goal area, but he was let down by his strikers.

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