Kaizer Chiefs have beaten Cape Town City in the Nedbank Cup quarter finals in a very dominate display.
From the line ups it looked like Kaizer Chiefs put out a defensive team that would sit deep soaking up the pressure from Cape Town City.
However it seemed like Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp had his tactics spot on. Benni McCarthy’s Cape Town City was played right out of the competition.
The match was played at the sold out 37,000 sitter Mbombela Stadim in Nelspruit.
Kaizer chiefs took the lead in the 30th minute through Hendrick Ekstein’s deflected shot found the back of the net.
Kaizer Chiefs found the back of the net yet again to double their lead in the 54th minute from substitute Dumisani Zuma’s goal from close range.
Cape Town City had two notable goal opportunities. The first when Zukile Kewuti headed the ball on to the post. He was very unfortunate not to score there and almost injured himself by running into the post.
The second opportunity was a shot that was saved by goalkeeper Bvuma. This was the Kaizer Chiefs goalkeepers most notable save as he did have very little to do that game.
After the match the semi-finals draw for the Nedbank cup was made and Kaizer Chiefs will play against Chippa United.