Tafic Get Relief Win

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FRANCISTOWN: Goals in the second stanza of the match were enough to seal a 2-1 victory for relegation threatened TAFIC against visitors FC Satmos over the weekend at the lowly packed Francistown Stadium on Saturday. Despite the low turnout the beMOBILE premier league clash proved to be a fairly entertaining spectacle with both sides creating numerous notable scoring chances.

The encounter was also marred by controversy, as two Satmos officials were red carded for using foul language towards the referee in the second half. Goalkeeper, Kagiso Tshelametsi was also shown a red card for lack of decency immediately after the final whistle.

It was Satmos who first threatened the hosts 18 minutes into play when deadly striker, Patrick Kaunda’s low shot from close range was blocked by an alert TAFIC goalkeeper, Abedinico Morapedi.

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