Leopards, Stars draw 2-2

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Black Leopards drew 2-2  with Platinum Stars on Saturday night to take a big step towards gaining promotion to the ABSA premiership.

Leopards remain in the driving seat of the playoffs with five points at the top of the playoffs log, while Stars have just two points at the bottom.

Letsie Koapeng beat Leopards keeper Rotshidzwa Muleka on the far post to put Stars in the lead midway through the first half.

However, Zambian striker, Mwape Musonda, scored six minutes into the second half to restore parity for Leopards.

Koapeng completed his brace late in the match to give Stars fans some hope. But Musonda scored once again after poor defending by Stars to level the score for Leopards.

A win on Wednesday afternoon against Jomo Cosmos at the Thohoyandou stadium will secure Leopards promotion to top flight football.

Meanwhile, thousands of euphoric Real Madrid fans packed Cibeles Square to celebrate the Spanish side’s third straight Champions League title.

In the midst of all the jubilation, however, Cristiano Ronaldo caused a stir when he hinted the game might have been his last adding that he would make an announcement on his future.

Coach Zinedine Zidane told reporters after the match that he had not spoken to the Portugal forward about whether he wanted to leave, adding they want him to stay.

Two goal hero, Gareth Bale, also declared he would have to consider his future at the club.

Gareth Bale Madrid Winger says: “The game just finished so I’ve got a long summer to relax and unwind and maybe I’ll be staying here, maybe not. We’ll sit down in the summer and talk about things and try and resolve the issue.”

Bale has been linked with Manchester United.