Zulu says red card was turning point

Seeing red: Zulusays Mothuba's dismissal triggered a collapse
Seeing red: Zulusays Mothuba's dismissal triggered a collapse

PALAPYE: Notwane coach, Fabian Zulu has argued the game against Satmos turned on its head when their defender, Ndobani Mothuba was red carded with Notwane leading 2-0 early in the second half.

Satmos took full advantage and stormed back to score three goals in normal time before eventually emerging 6-4 victors.    Notwane are being relegated for the first time in the Premier League history. Zulu said his team played according to the script and were controlling the tempo until Mothuba’s red card and poor defending, which he said gave their opponents a lifeline, and ruined their plan.

 “We cannot delve much into this game. We came out with a good game plan and we executed it well until we got a red card.

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