FC AK humbled by Dynamos

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Dynamos rocked AK with four second-half strikes. Zweli Silawule opened the scoring in the 52nd minute and three goals in the last eleven minutes, including a brace by Joseph Mthombeni, saw last season’s finalists suddenly wilt.

Second-placed Dynamos are five points behind the log leaders, while African Warriors, who beat Winners Park 2-1 at the Charles Mopeli Stadium, have the same number of points, but an inferior goal difference.

Park were the first to score when Premerus Phadu found the back of the net as early as the 19th minute, however, Warriors never gave up for a moment and were rewarded when Mohau Mokopanela and the veteran Lebajoa Mphongoa scored in the 88th and 90th minutes, respectively.

In another significant result, Mpumalanga Black Aces were held to a 2-2 draw by lowly University of Pretoria at the @lantic Stadium in Witbank, where 8 000 fans went home disappointed.

And bottom-of-the-log Ga-Rankuwa United gave themselves something of a lifeline with an 89th minute goal by Mduli, which secured a 2-2 draw with Witbank Spurs – leaving them still a point behind Tuks.