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Moroka Swallows and SuperSport United went into halftime with the scores level at 1-1 in the MTN8 cup final at Orlando Stadium on Saturday night. Live on SS4, SS4HD and supersport.com

Swallows vs SuperSport United Text Commentary

SuperSport took the lead in the fourth minute through Franklin Cale, and Swallows replied in the 18th minute with a Giorgi Nergadze long-range strike.

4th minute: Supersport United take the lead against the run of play. Franklin Cale with a composed finish. Swallows 0-1 United

18th minute: A thunderbolt from Giorgi Nergadze leaves Fernandez with no chance for the Swallows equaliser. Swallows 1-1 United.

Halftime score: Moroka Swallows (Nergadze 18') 1-1 SuperSport United (Cale 4').

53rd minute: Erasmus replaces Zuma for United.

63rd minute: Subtitution for United: Maluleke in for Haskins.

67th minute: Swallows fans in high spirits as Nomvethe replaces Obada.

86th minute: Chenene beats the offside trap to make it 2-1 to the Dube birds with a chip over the advancing Fernandez. Swallows 2-1 SSU.

Teams

Swallows: Etafia, Isaacs, Mungomeni, Hendricks, Lekgothoane, Nergadze, Tsutsulupa, Chabangu, Chenene, Mashego, Obada

Subs: Mathibe, Mapemba, Mathebula, Maleka, Sibaya, Nomvethe, Kumalo

United: Fernandez, Fransman, Nkausu, Pietersen, Diouf, Gyimah, Haskins, Doutie, Cale, Zuma, Khenyaza

Subs: Pule, Erasmus, Maluleka, Mulenga, Maluleke, September, Paulse

Match Officials: Lwandile Mfiki (Ref), Lindikhaya Bolo (Asst Ref), Johannes Motshidi (Asst ref), Victor Gomes (4th Official)



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