Popa snatch away goal

Kaizer Chiefs second half substitute, George Maluleka battles with Rollers' Motsholetsi Sikele. Kabo Mpaetona
Kaizer Chiefs second half substitute, George Maluleka battles with Rollers' Motsholetsi Sikele. Kabo Mpaetona

JOHANNESBURG: Township Rollers will learn in a fortnight how far their much needed away goal has done them good against powerhouse Kaizer Chiefs.

The Gaborone giants gave a good account of themselves, holding the South African giants for over 90 minutes as well as scoring a vital away goal in the 2-1 defeat in the preliminaries of the CAF Champions League. Township Rollers looked set to snatch a 1-1 draw with few seconds remaining, but  goal keeper Mwampule Masule’s last minute lazy error   cost the blues  a famous draw against Kaizer Chiefs at FNB Stadium, on Saturday night.

With few seconds before the final whistle, Kaizer Chiefs played a hopeless ball into the Rollers goal-keeper’s area. The ball looked very easy to catch but somehow Masule caused a corner kick, from which Kaizer Chiefs found the winner as  Tefo Mashamaite headed in.

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