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AmaZulu coach Benni McCarthy made eight changes to his starting XI with Siphiwe Tshabalala’s selection in the line-up the major talking point.
The score was goalless at the half-time break as both sides had a handful of half-chances.
Black Leopards finally broke the deadlock in the 52nd minute when from a corner Lifa Hlongwane headed the ball back across goal for in-form Mohamed Anas to head home his third goal in two matches.
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And that’s the way the score stayed until the final whistle.
Black Leopards’ run in the Nedbank Cup doesn’t mirror their lack of form in the DStv Premiership where they are currently 15th, second from bottom.
AmaZulu are in sixth place.
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Ndlovu, Matsimbi, Mashoene, Nthatheni, Gyimah, Abubakar, Mthethwa, Ramagalela, Anas, Hlongwane, Khutlang
Substitutes: Muleka, Masia, Khumalo, Mokoena, Kabwe, Makgetlwa, Karuru, Maluleke.
Boshoff, Sikhakhane, Masilela, Mzava, Mgwazela, Makhaula, Kewuti, Tshabalala, Majoro, Maduna, Chawaphiwa
Substitutes: Mothwa, Gumede, Mabiliso, Xoki, Khumalo, Sithebe, Magubane, Mahlambi, Mthembu
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