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Nsingizini breaks ‘Weslians’ hearts

 

Nsingizini Hotspurs’ Neliso Myeni and Wanderers Jabulani Mavimbela.

By Sibusiso Masilela

Nsingizini Hotspurs………………………………(0)1
Njabulo Dlamini 90+4th
Manzini Wanderers………………………………(0)1
Mopina (42rd)

Gallant Nsingizini Hotspurs broke the ‘ Weslians’ heart with a late equaliser as the two sides shared spoils during the MTN Premier League opener played at King at Sobhuza II stadium on Saturday.

The Shiselweni-based side showed character by coming from a goal down to hold the hub Giants to a 1-all stalemate through second-half substitute Njabulo Dlamini’s stunner within referee Thembinkosi Dlamini’s four minutes.

The pint-sized speedy player slotted home a Pius Baffour long ball with the Wanderer’s defence sleeping.
The goal deprived the hub giants of what looked like a wonderful start and positive return for Congolese striker Fabrice Mopina.

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The prodigal son gave the visitors the lead three minutes before the break with a sublime finish much against the run of play as the Nsingizini defence in sixes and sevens.

The two teams were not clinical in front of goals with Wanderers missing some chances during the first half.
The home side also had their missed chances during the last stanza with the likes of Mayibongwe Mabuza and Njabulo Dlamini being the main culprit.

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