Kaizer Chiefs have extended their lead on top of the ABSA Premiership standings. Amakhosi, who were trailing 2-0 against the relegation threatened Polokwane City at some point, came back stronger in the last two minutes of the match and won the game 3-2.

In other matches on Saturday afternoon, Stellenbosch FC beat Golden Arrows by a solitary goal, while AmaZulu and Baroka played out to a goalless draw.

It was raining goals in the Polokwane City and Chiefs match.

Amakhosi were on the back foot from the first half, trailing 2-0. With just twenty minutes from time, Chiefs pulled one back.

That was the beginning of a comeback.

Amakhosi turned the match on its head as Samir Nurkovic scored the third for the gold-and-white ensemble.

Lazarous Kambole wasted numerous chances to kill off the match as a contest.

Chiefs won a penalty and Daniel Cardoso stepped up and missed.

That didn’t matter as Chiefs went on to win the match 3-2.

The log leaders, Amakhosi, have 52 points from 24 matches; six points ahead of second placed Mamelodi Sundowns who have a game in hand.