Two quarter-final matches had been performed on Sunday with Lidoda Duvha and the Romans recording wins

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) will face both Mamelodi Sundowns or Orlando Pirates on this season’s Nedbank Cup semi-finals.

This comes after Vhadau Vha Damani defeated their Limpopo rivals Black Leopards 2-Zero in a quarter-final match at Thohoyandou Stadium on Sunday night. 

TTM managed the match from the beginning, however they had been wasteful in entrance of purpose as Thabo Mnyamane unleashed a tame shot which was simply saved by Leopards goalkeeper King Ndlovu.

Whereas an unmarked Mogakolodi Ngele missed the goal with a header from shut vary with Ndlovu rooted to the bottom as strain mounted on the Lidoda Duvha defence.

TTM deservedly took the lead within the 38th minute when Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo broke into the field from the left-hand aspect and he fired previous Ndlovu to make it 1-Zero to the hosts.

The house aspect continued to launch assaults after the restart with Lerato Lamola being a continuing risk to the Leopards defence and he was denied Ndlovu from a one-on-one scenario.

Lamola was fouled within the field by Edwin Gyimah within the closing levels of the sport and guests had been awarded a penalty which was transformed by Alfred Ndengane within the 83rd minute to seal a 2-Zero win to TTM.

The draw for the semi-finals was performed instantly by the match with TTM being pitted in opposition to the winner between Sundowns and Pirates.

Sundowns are scheduled to host Pirates in a quarter-final match at Loftus Versfeld Stadium on April 15.

In the meantime, Pretoria Callies had been pitted in opposition to Chippa United within the semi-final draw after they defeated Cape City All Stars at Danie Craven Stadium on Sunday afternoon. 

Callies emerged 5-Four winners over All Stars on penalties following a 2-2 attract a quarter-final conflict between two Nationwide First Division (NFD) groups.

All Stars had been main 1-Zero on the interval with Waseem Isaacs having netted his third purpose in as many matches within the Nedbank Cup.

Callies levelled issues via Pogisho Mahlangu, who headed dwelling Pule Matsetse’s cross to make it 1-1, however parity was solely restored for 2 minutes as All Stars responded with a purpose.

Ronaldo Maarman’s well-taken free-kick was headed dwelling by Pule Maraisane to make it 2-1 to the house aspect and it was then end-to-end stuff within the latter levels of the sport. 

Mpho Sitayitayi grabbed a late equalising purpose when he volleyed dwelling Thabo Moloi’s lengthy throw-in within the 89th minute and the match led to a 2-2 attract regulation time and extra-time adopted.

There have been no objectives in extra-time and the sport was determined in a penalty shootout which noticed goalkeeper Itumeleng Lesu develop into the hero for Callies. 

Lesu denied Moremi Seketso and Thabo Moloisane throughout the shootout to encourage Callies to a 5-Four win on penalties.

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