CAPE TOWN – Kaizer Chiefs remain unbeaten and at the top of the Absa Premiership standings after two second half goals gave them a 2-1 win over Cape Town City last night.
Amakhozi have 10 points from four games and lead Wits - who play league rookies Stellenbosch FC tonight - by four, while City drop two places to eighth spot on the table with five points.
City disappeared in the second half and paid the price as first Daniel Cardosa cancelled out Kermit Erasmus’s early first half goal, and then substitute Kearyn Baccus grabbing the winner with 13 minutes to play to give the Glamour Boys a deserved victory at Newlands.
City needed only three minutes to open the scoring through roving forward Erasmus.
A long, diagonal ball found left-back Ebrahim Seedat, who passed on to Erasmus, and he picked it up on the stretch and then stepped inside of defender Eric Mathoho in the 18-yard box, before firing a low shot that caught out goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi at his near right post.