Vilakazi of the Orlando Pirates benefited from a refereeing error

On Saturday afternoon, Orlando Pirates broke a three-game losing streak in the DStv Premiership by defeating Golden Arrows.

Two late goals in stoppage time by Terrence Dzvukamanja and Vincent Pule were the difference in the Buccaneers’ 3-1 victory.

Additionally, the talisman of the Orlando Pirates scores again! [VIDEO]

According to Golden Arrows coach Vusumuzi Vilakazi, the goal scored by Terrence Dzvukamanja to give the home team the lead should NOT have been allowed to stand.

Vilakazi feels there was a foul prior to the incident and that the officials on the day acknowledged their error.

Since I’ve been in the coaching industry, this is the very first occasion I’ve ever complained about the officials. Vilakazi told SuperSport TV.

“The referee made an honest mistake when he fouled (Ntsako) Makhubela, which resulted in a goal, and I spoke to him personally afterward. Even so, he accepts that.

“It is regrettable that Orlando Pirates must redeem themselves, but not at our expense. This is our occupation, as we are here to compete and fight.

Therefore, others must not interfere with our jobs. If the Pirates must win and have earned it, they will win the game.

“We fought, and we made a strong second-half comeback. We scored the equalizer and appeared certain to score again (the winner). However, I consider occurrences like that to be completely inappropriate!”

Vincent Pule of Orlando Pirates celebrates his team’s goal against Golden Arrows on 14 January 2022 at Orlando Stadium during a

According to rumours, Orlando Pirates have received an offer from North Africa for one of their attackers.

This season, Bienvenu Eva Nga has battled for playing time and has been linked to an early leave.

The Cameroonian forward has been overshadowed by Zakhele Lepasa, Kermat Erasmus, and now Evidence Makgopa.

Reportedly, pirates are also attempting to clear an international berth in preparation for the arrival of new international passengers.

Additionally, the Kaizer Chiefs coach is disappointed for the iconic chairman.

Kick-Off reports that the Buccaneers have received an official offer for Nga from an undisclosed North African team.

This season, Nga has made only five starts and has scored one goal for his team.

In 93 PSL appearances, the Orlando Pirates striker scored a total of 21 goals. According to TransferMarkt, Nga’s value exceeds R8 million.

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