MTN8 Final: Facts to Keep Eyes on It

MTN8 Final: Facts to Keep Eyes on It, Facts on Match between Orlando Pirates and Amazulu in MTN8. Here you can see all practical information and statistics of forthcoming match, Orlando Pirates vs Amazulu. You can find all the necessary information about this match in the table below. Here you will find general information, statistics, head to head, betting odds and prediction for this game.

This match will be played on November 05, 2022 at Orlando Stadium, Johannesburg. The kick off time is 19:00 local time (20:00 GMT). MTN8 Final: Facts to Keep Eyes on It This match is going to be the second leg of MTN8 final and it will be also the second game between these two teams in this season.

MTN8 Final: Facts to Keep Eyes on It

A Tale of Two Legs refers to a refereeing incident that happened during the MTN8 quarter-final match on August 2, 2018 between Orlando Pirates and Amazulu at the Orlando Stadium in Soweto. In the sixth minute of injury time, the score reading 1 – 1, a penalty scored by Ikagye Macdouall with a following red card to Abia Nale were given to Amazulu players by Referee Benjamin Mwemezi.

Arguably the biggest win in almost any South African cup final came in the last eight played in early 1974 (there was also one later in the year).

MTN8 Final: Facts to Keep Eyes on It It was a two-legged match between Orlando Pirates and Moroka Swallows, but the story of this exceptional referee begins in the semi-finals.

The Pirates met their rivals, the Kaizer Chiefs, at the Meadowlands on January 10, but the match was halted after 78 minutes when fans stormed the pitch as the Chiefs were held to a 2-2 draw.

MTN8 Final: Facts to Keep Eyes on It
MTN8 Final: Facts to Keep Eyes on It

A minor shake-up was ordered and held away to Port Elizabeth on 19 January, but was abandoned again, this time in the 86th minute when Pirates, leading 2-1 after a Jomo Sono own goal, were awarded a penalty.

The Buccaneers were declared the winners and the Chiefs were eventually fined R1,000, but the reward for the Buccaneers was to play the first leg of the final the following day against the Swallows!

It is clear that the players were tired and lost 3-1 when Daniel Mophosho (two) and Andries Maseko scored against The Birds in PE.

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