The Nedbank Cup quarter-final fixtures took place over the past weekend, with a total of 15 goals being scored, including the strikes from the penalty spot in the Kaizer Chiefs and SuperSport United encounter.
Kaizer Chiefs will take a trip to the Mother City to face Cape Town City in what has been dubbed the battle for the No. 1 spot on Tuesday, with both teams currently tied on 45 points in joint second place on the PSL log.
The Nedbank Cup quarter-finals took place over the past weekend, and a total of seven goals were slotted into the back of nets around the country, while a further eight were scored during the penalty shootout between Kaizer Chiefs and SuperSport United.
Orlando Pirates secured their spot in the Nedbank Cup semi-finals after they defeated Bloemfontein Celtic 2-1 on Saturday. Thamsanqa Gabuza struck in extra-time for Kjell Jonevret's side, but the Swedish tactician was reportedly not impressed with his team's overall performance on match day.
Kaizer Chiefs suffered a knock as they crashed out of the Nedbank Cup at the hands of SuperSport United on Saturday. As the match ended 1-1, a penalty shootout ensued, with Stuart Baxter's charges winning 5-3 from the spot.
The ABSA Premiership title race is heating up and the points between the top four is extremely tight. Cape Town City lead with 46 points, but Bidvest Wits and Kaizer Chiefs are just a point behind Eric Tinkler's men, while current title holders Mamelodi Sundowns are on 44 points.