Black Africa beat Orlando Pirates 3-0 in Katutura Derby

Black Africa beat Orlando Pirates 3-0 in Katutura Derby

Black Africa beat Orlando Pirates 3-0 during Round 22 of the Namibia Premier League on Friday in the Katutura derby at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek .
Black Africa coach Lucky Richter said he has proved all the nay-Sayers wrong after initially being criticised for getting rid of the so-called big players and sticking with the young guns.
Richter explained this after Black Africa beat Orlando Pirates
Black Africa coach Lucky Richter was under fire from the team's supporters after he released experienced players such as Da Costa Angula, Brian Bantam and Jack Mabuku.
The team has however been doing exceptionally well without those players and they beat Orlando Pirates in their most recent game too.
The Lovely Lions were very convincing from the word go as young striker McCartney Naweseb broke the deadlock in the 25th minute of the game.
Thereafter, Wendell Rudath was denied by the frame of the goal, a minute before the break.
Richter's team was then awarded a penalty in the second half, after Pirates' defender handled the ball in the box.
Orlando Pirates created goal scoring opportunities themselves but failed to take advantage.
Pirates coach Ivan Namaseb refused to admit that his team might have to worry about relegation battle.
Next up, Pirates are set to take a trip to Gobabis and take on Young African, while Black Africa will be visited by Otjiwarongo based Life Figthers tomorrow for their upcoming encounter.