Nedbank Cup Last 32 report: Cape Umoya advance after beating TUT

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TUT's fighting spirit eventually paid dividends when they picked up a poor pass at the back before Lebogang Radebe slotted home the equaliser around the hour mark.

Spurred on by their first goal against second-tier opposition, the Tshwane outfit kept their emotions intact as they defended neatly to thwart the likes of veteran striker Nathan Paulse, Manti Mekoa and Brandon Theron.

However, the quality and experience of Paulse eventually proved decisive as he kept his cool to ram home the winner in the penultimate minute of regulation time.