Kaizer Chiefs new boy Kgaogelo Sekgota scored a vital goal in the penalty shootout to win the Carling Black Label Cup 4-3 against Orlando Pirates who turned up in an unfamiliar away blue kit.
In the shootout on Sunday evening substitute Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper, Brandon Peterson saved two penalties.
Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Richard Ofori stood his ground causing Radebe to blast his penalty over the bar. The Pirates’ keeper also took a penalty and scored.
Ntsikelelo Nyauza for Pirates missed his penalty with Petersen making a spectacular save. The stand in Amakhosi goalkeeper also save and Wayde Jooste’s penalty.
In the first half, Gabadinho Mhango of Orlando Pirates had a good game. His teammate Thembinkosi Lorch had a point-blank shot saved by rejuvenated fan favourite Itumeleng Khune.
With no fans in the Orlando Stadium owing to Covid-19 protocols, the introduction of new players was without demanding fan expectations.
Young Sabelo Radebe played well for Amakhosi and his only blight was missing a penalty in the shootout.
Kaizer Chiefs: Khune; Mphahlele, Mathoho, Cardoso, Mashiane, Blom, Baccus, Lesako, Radebe, Nurkovi?, Billiat
Subs: Akpeyi, Bvuma, Peterson, Agay, Alexander, Sekgota, Nange, Hlanti, Dube, Ntiya-Ntiya, Kambole, Mokwena, Matsheke, Parker, Nj. Ngcobo
Orlando Pirates: Ofori, Hlatshwayo, Maela, Jooste, Nyauza, Monare, Motshwari, Hotto, Makaringe, Mhango, Lorch.
Subs: Mpontshane, Sandilands, Sesane, Mntambo, Makgaka, Tshobeni, Zungu, Bophela, Cwinyane, Radiopane, Shandu, Mgonyama.