GU should not have been helped - Motang

Thatayaone Ramatlapeng (red) battling for the ball with Segolame Boy (yellow) during Gaborone derby on Saturday PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Thatayaone Ramatlapeng (red) battling for the ball with Segolame Boy (yellow) during Gaborone derby on Saturday PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

In the last kick of the game, Lebogang Ditsele scored to deny his former team the city bragging rights as Township Rollers and Gaborone United played to a 1-1 in a Botswana Premier League match played at the National Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The exciting tie saw Ditsele strike on the fifth minute of the referee’s time, a goal that sparked some debate as the goal scorer appeared to be on an offside position. Rollers’ head coach, Thabo Motang was a livid man at full time as he felt the free kick that led to the goal should not have been awarded because time had elapsed. “We did our best.

We deserved to win the match and how it ended is beyond us. The time that was set for everyone to see was long gone so how it went to extra time we need the God of football to tell us. Tomorrow they will feel the pain we are feeling now.

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Tighten the law on drug dealers

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