Young Expendables fc played against Brits United fc at Oukasie sports field

On the 6 May 2017, Brits United hosted Young Expendables fc from Hartbeespoortdam, the club owned by Constable Lelaka. Both teams battled it out on the Madibeng Local Football Association. Brits United was the unbeatable team in five games played, but the Young Expendables fc clipped their wings and reduced their speed. There was a good tempo the encounter, although Brits United looked more threatening with their defense being so hard
and the strikers seeing a lot of the ball. Brits United started growing in the game, as the striker started pulling the strings from the midfielder, although chances were hard to come by. The first chance of the game arrived when the striker played his teammate, but the player blazed over the crossbar from just inside the box. It was a frustrating half for both sides, when the
midfielder got a chance to proved to be the only bit of goal mouth action in the opening
45 minutes. United had a chance to break he deadlock in the 56th minute when the
striker teed up his teammate, who fired just wide from the edge of the box. Expendables
pushed for an opener and were rewarded in the 72nd minute courtesy of a superb volley
from his teammate from the edge of the box, the coach Lelaka responded by introducing
another player just a minute later. It was when the Expendables made the perfect impact, as his cross found another player, who towered over the opponents midfielders to score a scotching goal at the far post in the 81st minute. However, both teams hoped for victory. Malfa has
9 senior soccer teams with three of them from Letlhabile, one from Brits, two from
Oukasie, two from Mothutlung and one from Harties. According to the coach and the team owner, Constable Lelaka. “My number one goalkeeper, Tlhologelo Mogowe (17) known as ‘Khune’ is invited to have trials at Augusto Palacios’s Academy in Johannesburg from now until November 2017. Our team will play Polokwane City Rovers at Balfour Park on Wednesday 2017-
05-10,” said Lelaka.