Orlando Pirates‚ tipped as being among the Premier Soccer League’s most dangerous lineups this season‚ finally earned their first home win of 2018-19 at Orlando Stadium on Saturday, beating SuperSport United 3-1. It was a performance their coach, Milutin Sredojevic, described as a "document signed, sealed and delivered". The Buccaneers‚ who have created chances but not had the killer instinct to finish off teams this season‚ almost let the game slip when they allowed Bongani Khumalo to equalise in the 70th minute after Vincent Pule put Pirates ahead in the 15th. But late strikes from substitute Thembinkosi Lorch (82nd) and Ben Motshwari (86th) sealed their second win in succession following their 2-1 away victory against Black Leopards before the international break. "The good [thing] is that this is our first win here at Orlando Stadium," the coach said. "On the … the confidence of this win we can correct what is wrong and keep up what was good going into the next matches that we h...

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