SuperSport United claimed a 3-0 victory over Golden Arrows in the Absa Premiership’s Saturday clash at the Chatsworth Stadium. The Tshwane boys were looking for revenge considering that they lost 2-1 to the same opponent earlier in the campaign. SuperSport had a bright start as a good interchange of passes resulted in Dove Wome netting the opener.
Jeremy Brockie’s free-kick was wide as the visitors continued pressing for the second goal. Former Kaizer Chiefs player Kingston Nkhatha doubled the lead from the penalty spot for Matsatsantsa. The second half saw both teams failing to create good scoring opportunities.
Mario Booysen, on loan from Mamelodi Sundowns, made a clearance off the line to deny Arrows a goal. Clinton Larsen’s lads ere reduced to 10 men after Siyabonga Dube received a red card for impeding Luvolwethu Mpeta. Thabo Molefe saw his effort sailing over the bar as the home side sought consolation. New Zealand striker Brockie grabbed his 10th goal of the season to seal all three points for Stuart Baxter’s boys and wrap up a convincing victory.