19 April 2014

Namibia: Omaheke Punish Kunene

With Kunene drawing their first match against Zambezi, the Omaheke boys made sure that their opponents remained without a win when they beat them 2 - 0.

The game started off with both teams coming close to scoring but wasted numerous chances.

Kunene came close to scoring the first goal when the Omaheke goalkeeper fumbled a shot but Kunene strikers could not pounce as the offside flag was raised.

Omaheke's Raphael Seibeb brought the crowd to life by making Kunene's goalkeeper feel his presence with a fierce shot. The Omaheke side dominated the last minutes before half time.

With the match still goalless by half time, the Omaheke captain started playing higher up the pitch showing his teammates how it is done. Vitapi Ngaruka created numerous opportunities for his strikers that saw Bornface Siyanda hitting the net to give his side the lead.

For Kunene it was only goalkeeper Theodor Gaeseb who tested his opposite number with an attempt from his own box.

A few replacements in the second half saw Gaeseb switch to the right wing, hoping for an equaliser.

With Gaeseb as player, the Kunene boys fought hard but could still not go past the strong Omaheke defenders. The Omaheke boys penetrated with their clinical passes that saw Rafael Seibeb hitting the net for a second goal for Omaheke.

Goalscorer Bornface Siyanga from Omaheke the man of the match trophy from Paulus Endjala from Ohorongo Cement.

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