Premier Soccer League (PSL) tail-enders Polokwane City FC have been knocked-out in the last 32 of the Nedbank Cup by their rivals, Baroka FC.
We exit the Nedbank Cup in a game we didn’t deserve to loose, we move on to the league!!
Fulltime: Polokwane City 0-1 Baroka FC #Nedbankcup2020#LimpopoDerby#riseandshine
— Polokwane City FC (@CityReloaded) February 11, 2020
City were beaten 1-0 in the cup encounter played at Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane on Tuesday night.
#NedbankCup2020 Result:@polokwane_city 0-1 @Baroka_FC #SelakiSports pic.twitter.com/PizsWCoEee
— Selaki sports (@Selakisports) February 11, 2020
Polokwane City FC coach Clinton Larsen says they wanted to advance to the last sixteen of the Nedbank Cup despite sitting in the relegation zone on the PSL log.
“We missed the opportunity … we wanted to move on to the next game. It is always frustrating when you miss so many chances. We can’t cry over this, we have to go back to training, keep working hard and look forward to the next game. It is not that we did not want to be part of the cup,” explains Larsen.
Re a leboga Bakgaga ?.#LennaKeMoroka #GlobalOilSA #Monflair pic.twitter.com/fg6ppe4oHk
— Baroka Football Club (@Baroka_FC) February 11, 2020
Below are the fixtures for the next round of the Nedbank Cup:
Baroka FC vs Hungry Lions FC
Happy Wanderers vs TS Sporting FC
Mbombela United vs Real Kings
Mamelodi Sundowns vs Vaal University
Bidvest Wits vs Chippa United
Highlands Park vs Kaizer Chiefs
Bloemfontein Celtic vs Maritzburg United
Black Leopards vs Amavarara FC