Super sub Tlhalefang buries Gunners

Tebogo Kopelang of Security Systems (left) fights for the ball with Boemo Lekorwe of Extension Gunners PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Tebogo Kopelang of Security Systems (left) fights for the ball with Boemo Lekorwe of Extension Gunners PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Security Systems marksman, Molaodi Tlhalefang put on a man of match of performance and helped his side, Security Systems annihilate Extension Gunners in a Premier League encounter played at the National Stadium on Saturday.

The towering striker was involved in all the three goals by scoring a brace and providing an assist for the other goal. It was Tlhalefang’s one man show on the day after coming off the bench in the second half. Before his introduction, Security Systems were failing to convert most of their chances. Though the Alarm Boys triumphed over Gunners, coach Thabo Motang says he still believes his side will get off from the relegation zone. “Yes it is still too early, some teams lost so many games but they are now in the top 8. So who says we cannot come back. We will come back,” Motang said.

He also said his side should now start to convert the chances they create if they want to win games. The game started on a slow tempo with both teams failing to create any goal scoring opportunities within the first 10 minutes. Both teams enjoyed a bit of shared possession. Gunners were the first to have a chance at a goal in the 15th minute as Phomolo Moahi tried to score from a header but the Alarm Boys goalkeeper, Mwampole Masule dealt swiftly with it. Systems soon also came into the party asking some questions of their own and their snappy wingers seemed to be quite a threat on the flanks when they broke on counter attacks. On the 39th minute, Gunners' Kgotso Phuti tried to score from outside the box but Masule manage to deal with his effort. Systems seemed to be the better side when two came back from the half time break and their half time substitutions seemed to have played a big part to the change.

Editor's Comment
We salute Kgomo Khumo for a job well done

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