Milano United’s superb run of form continued with a 2-1 win over Black Leopards at the Blue Downs Stadium on Friday afternoon.
The Cape side took a 1-0 lead into the break after a goal from winger Brandon Theron.
Lidoda Duvha drew level in the second half via a penalty by Roggert Nyundu. But the Kinnes were determined to take maximum points, and achieved this through Morne Davids’ winner.
The win moved Milano above Witbank Spurs on goal difference and into second spot, although this could change on the weekend when Spurs and Highlands Park play.
The action continues on the weekend as follows:
Saturday, March 19, 2016
15:30 Witbank Spurs v AmaZulu Puma Rugby Stadium
15:30 Thanda Royal Zulu FC v Mbombela United Umhlathuze Sports Complex
15:30 African Warrior v FC Cape Town Charles Mopeli Stadium
15:30 Vasco Da Gama v Mthatha Bucks Parow Park
15:30 Baroka FC v Santos Old Peter Mokaba Stadium
Sunday, March 20, 2016
15:30 Moroka Swallows v Cape Town All Stars Dobsonville Stadium
15:30 Royal Eagles v Highlands Park Harry Gwala Stadium