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Polokwane City won provincial bragging rights with a 3-1 victory over a 10-man Baroka FC in their derby at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Sunday‚ moving alongside Kaizer Chiefs in the Premier Soccer League standings.
Goals either side of the break saw Polokwane City win for the first time since early January and move to 32 points‚ the same number as AmaKhosi.
Mohamed Anas scored twice and Salulani Phiri got the other to leave Baroka in deep relegation peril in 13th place‚ just one point above the drop zone and with tough fixtures coming up.
Baroka were down to 10 men from the 55th minute when Bonginkosi Makume was red-carded for a body check on Walter Musona in what looked a harsh decision from referee Khulekani Thusi. But they did manage to score eight minutes later when David Makgaka squeezed in a snap left-footed shot to bring the score back to 2-1.
Baroka had to press forward with the one-man disadvantage in their search for an equaliser and left space for Polokwane to make sure wi...
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