Nedbank Cup 2020 Last 16 Wrap
Diego Brown scored his first goal this season for Real Kings against Mbombela United at KaNyamazane Stadium
Friday, 21 February 2020
Black Leopards 2-0 Amavarara, Thohoyandou Stadium
Saturday, 22 February 2020
Mbombela United 1-2 Real Kings, KaNyamazane Stadium
Happy Wanderers 3-4 TS Sporting, Princess Magogo Stadium
Honest Moyo opened the scoring for the visitors. Mbulelo Wagaba increased the lead for the away side. Mxolisi Mazibuko reduced the deficit for the host. Sandile Mkhwanazi equalised for the home side. The match went to the extra time. The Mpumalanga province side took the lead through Kamohelo Sithole. Mxolisi Mazibuko completed his brace and also levelled matters for the KZN side through penalty spot. Kamohelo Sithole completed his brace and also netted a winner for Abantu Bemthetho through penalty spot.
Highlands Park 1-1 Kaizer Chiefs, Makhulong Stadium
Peter Shalulile opened the scoring for the Lions of the North and Sello Motsepe own goal levelled matters for Glamour Boys. The match went to extra time and the scoreline remained the same. Highlands Park won 5-4 on penalties.
Bloemfontein Celtic 3-2 Maritzburg United, Dr Molemela Stadium
Sunday, 22 February 2020
Mamelodi Sundowns 2-0 Vaal University of Technology, Lucas Moripe Stadium
Wayne Arendse and Phakamani Mahlambinetted for Ka Bo Yellow.
Baroka 2-2 Hungry Lions, Peter Mokaba Stadium
Rudiger Gilbert opened the scoring for the visitors. Evidence Makgopa equalized for the host. The match went into extra-time. The away side took the lead through Ethen Sampson own goal. Manuel Kambala levelled for Bakgaga. Baroka won 4-2 on penalties.
Quarter-Finals Draw :-
TS Sporting vs Bloemfontein Celtic
Baroka vs Black Leopards
Real Kings vs Bidvest Wits
Highlands Park vs Mamelodi Sundowns