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Baroka FC celebrates the victory at the end of the Telkom Knockout match, semifinals between Baroka FC and Bidvest Wits at the Peter Mokaba stadium on 25 November 2018 in Polokwane, South Africa. (Photo by Philip Maeta / Gallo Images)

Baroka FC celebrates the victory at the end of the Telkom Knockout match, semifinals between Baroka FC and Bidvest Wits at the Peter Mokaba stadium on 25 November 2018 in Polokwane, South Africa. (Photo by Philip Maeta / Gallo Images)

Orlando Pirates won more than Soweto Kaizer Chiefs rivals to move a step closer to winning this season.

Phakaaathi looks at five talks from Prime Minister Absa this weekend:

  1. The pirates defeated the Chiefs again

Orlando Pirates defeated Kaizer Chiefs 2-1 Saturday afternoon in the Soweto derby derby to reach the finals at Telkom Knockout. The game seemed to go extra-long before Justin Shonga won the winner six minutes before paying, to break the hearts of Amakhosi's faithful and smile on the faces of the Bucs fans.

  1. Baroque reaches the first final

Baroka FC scored defense champion Bidvest Wits 1-0 to make a final shot at Telkom Knockout with Pirates. Wits had a chance to score but could not get the ball to the back of the net.

  1. Khune's emotional torment

With an eye on his head, Itumeleng Khune hit some of his colleagues because he did not appear to protect Kaizer Chiefs's badge after losing to Pirates for the second time this year.

  1. The winning goal of Matome Mabeba

Mabeba's first strike was enough for Baroka to advance to the end.

  1. Chief Defenders watch the Shonga show

Chiefs's referee saw Shonga missed the goal kick before rising from the ground to control the ball and passed Itumeleng Khune for the winning goal.

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