Cape Town Spurs’ poor start to the 2020/21 GladAfrica Championship season continued as they suffered a surprise 4-1 defeat at the hands of Richards Bay on Sunday afternoon in the Mother City.
Spurs remain without a win in five games as the pressure mounts on their head coach, Vladislav Heric.
JDR Stars thrashed Umoya 3-1 in Pretoria on Saturday afternoon while Cosmos lost 1-0 defeat against Uthongathi FC at home.
Despite the defeat, Umoya remained at the top of the league standings – a point above second-placed University of Pretoria while Cosmos slipped down to the seventh spot.
Meanwhile, in KwaZulu-Natal at the Chatsworth Stadium, Free State Stars lost their third match of the season following a 3-1 defeat by Royal AM. It was AM’s first win of the campaign as they climbed out of the relegation zone.
An improved Polokwane City recorded a win as they narrowly edged out University of Pretoria 1-0 at the Tuks Stadium. It was AmaTuks’ first taste of defeat this season.
TS Sporting extended their unbeaten run to three matches as they drew 1-1 with newcomers Pretoria Callies at the Kabokweni Stadium while Cape Town All Stars beat struggling Eastern Cape rookies 2-0 Bizana Pondo Chiefs at home.
Limpopo side Sekhukhune United moved up to third on the log standings after they had to come back from behind to beat Steenberg United 3-1 at home.
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By FARPost Reporter