Cape Town – Bloemfontein Celtic has disrupted the apple cart this weekend with
2-1 come behind Bidvest Wits.
Haasim Domingo opened the scoring at Bidvest 57
minutes. Tshegofatso Mabaso then won the Celtic level from the penalty spot at 81
minutes before securing the winner four minutes later.
Wits may have secured a draw, but Patrick's heroine
Tignyemb to deny Deona Hotta.
There were chances for both sides, with Victor Letsoalo
unable to beat Darren Keet when one on one with a Wits plug, while Simon
Murray was rejected by Tignyem because the attacker tried to make a tricky attempt
Thabang Monare made Tignyemb work from his excellent
With 53 minutes played, Domingo's free kick hit the ball
at the bottom of the cross member.
With his side, Steve Kompel introduced himself to Mabas
result, and he managed to do it only with a backrest.
The club's supreme shot defeats the home from the penalty spot
after being devalued by Robyn Johannes, who was subsequently released.
Mabaso then ran home after round Keet to the end and
for Witsa, who suffered a chance to settle
Orlando Pirates at the top of the table when they were held on a 0-0 draw with Mamelodi
The Celts finished third in the evening, just behind him
Wits, but at 20 points and play less.