By Sikhumbuzo Moyo
Former Chicken Inn goalkeeper Elvis Chipezeze put on the top drawer's performance to stop Mamelodi Sundowns and help Baroka United advance to the Telkom knockout tournament at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday.
Baroka surprised the Brazilian 2-0 when the Premier League Premier League goalkeeper defended the South African league title.
Chipezeze, who made his brilliant debut in South Africa, was called into action as early as the 20th minute when he refused Gaston Sirino from Sundowns, in one of the many important saves made by the former Chicken Inn shot stopper.
Baroka took the lead in the 22nd minute through Mduduzi Mdantsane from the penalty spot after Sundowns Mosa Lebusa controlled Talent Chawapiwa's header with his hand in the penalty box.
Baroka doubled their lead in the 68th minute through Reyaad Pieterse's own goal.
Despite falling behind 2-0, the Pitso Mosimane people never gave up and continued to investigate, but found Chipezeze as a stumbling block. The Chronicle