Pitso Mosimane, coach of Mamelodi Sundowns during the Absa Premiership 2019/20 match between Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs at Loftus Versfeld, Johannesburg, on 27 October 2019 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix
South Africa is still in a celebratory mood, and there’s more sports action to look forward to.
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Chippa United vs Mamelodi Sundowns at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, kick-off at 15:00
The Telkom Knockout quarterfinals continue on Sunday, with one semifinal spot set to be decided. The action takes place at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth, where Chippa United welcome Mamelodi Sundowns.
The hosts have, in the past, knocked the Tshwane giants out of the very same competition, and will aim to pull that off once more.
Sports news on Saturday
Rugby World Cup
Saturday was a massive day in sports, and no event came bigger than the Rugby World Cup final.
The Springboks made South Africa proud by lifting the Webb-Ellis trophy for the third time after beating England 32-12.
The day’s other big fixture was in the Telkom Knockout quarterfinals, where Soweto rivals Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates squared off.
It turned out to be a highly-entertaining affair, which stretched over 120 minutes before a penalty shootout proved too steep a task for the Buccaneers, who had finished the game with ten men.
Amakhosi are joined in the semifinals by Maritzburg United, who too needed the help of a shootout to progress through, beating Highlands Park on Friday night.
The other team to secure a spot in the last four is Golden Arrows, after upsetting Supersport United on Saturday night.