The South African starred to assist her Belarusian facet to a home crown in a curtainraiser
Lebogang Ramalepe was on course for Dinamo-BSUPC as Rhoda Mulaudzi, Nagede Cisse and Claudia Dabda starred of their facet’s 4-Zero victory over nine-player Minsk on Monday night.
Ramalepe and Rhoda Mulaudzi had scored for Dinamo-BSUPC in a 6-Zero win over Dnepr Mogilev to win the Belarusian Cup final month, persevering with from the place they left off final season, after they received a home double.
Dinamo made a advantageous begin to the encounter however didn’t discover a breakthrough earlier than the half-time break, despite the fact that Minsk had been decreased to 10 gamers after Viktoria Marchik’s 34th-minute purple card.
After the recess, Ramalepe intercepted a free ball earlier than firing from the sting of the field to interrupt the impasse within the 64th minute earlier than Darya Stezhko doubled the lead one minute later.
Minsk had been additional decreased to 9 gamers when Natalia Asmykovich was despatched off within the 75th minute as Anastasia Linnik prolonged Dinamo to a three-goal lead a minute later.
4 minutes from full-time, Stezhko bagged her second of the match and the fourth to wrap the large triumph on the Minsk Stadium.
South Africa’s Ramalepe was in motion for the period, together with Ivorian Cisse, whereas Mulaudzi featured within the closing six minutes and Cameroon’s Dabda noticed 84 minutes of the competition for Dinamo.
The consequence noticed Dinamo emerge champions of the Belarusian Girls’s Tremendous Cup, extending their dominance over Minsk.
Following a curtain-raiser win, Dinamo will look to get pleasure from a superb second top-flight marketing campaign after they start their Belarusian title defence towards Bobruichanka on March 20.
Alternatively, Minsk will search to reclaim the crown after they lunch their 2021 season towards Zorka-BDU on the identical day.