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Big central defender Erick Mathoho was given his marching orders by referee Daniel Bennett after seven minutes, and that changed the character of the game completely.
Aberdeen were fined 10,000 euros for crowd trouble and having no stewards travelling with their fans.
Playing in front of a sizeable home crowd, the goal seemed to jolt some life into the home side, as they pressed for the equaliser, with Wits goalkeeper Moeneeb Josephs.
The Clinch TV brings highlights from Asia’s largest MMA combat spectacle, One Championship: Quest for Greatness.
In this cracking episode of The Clinch TV, Simon sits down with former math teacher, former UFC champion and Vice President of One Championship, Richard ‘Ace’ Franklin.
South African star batsman and keeper AB de Villiers announced he has stepped down as The Proteas ODI captain.
A number of local stars will contest for overall Diamond League season titles in their disciplines after putting up fights throughout the campaign.
Everton striker Wayne Rooney announced on Wednesday that he has decided to retire from international football.
The month-long tournament is the beginning of an exciting 2017/18 domestic campaign, with plenty of fresh talent expected to come to the fore.
Fresh from a disappointing 1-1 draw against Bloemfontein Celtic on Sunday, Kaizer Chiefs are aware that a win at home will boost morale.