The first five minutes was filled with exciting moments and both teams attacking. Glendene managed to get the first shot on target with the Sinesipho Ntumbukana taking a shot from distance.
Both teams came into this tournament as visitors, Chippa United coming all the way from Port Elizabeth. While Bidvest Wits traveled from Johannesburg seeking to win the Metropolitan Premier Cup title.
The Swansea attack proved to be a big threat to Glenwegians and managed to trouble the scorers in the first minute after a great shot by Jack Watts.
Bloemfontein Celtic proved to be an early threat towards the defense of Tuks and even managed to win a corner kick and a shot on target in the fledgling stages of the match.
A very quick SuperSport United won a penalty in the opening 10 minutes after Samuel Darpoh of Amazulu tackled the quick striker of SuperSport Fagrie Lakay, for which he received a yellow card, but due to back chatting the referee he received another yellow card which resulted in a red card, leaving the struggling Amazulu down to 10 men.
RE: Article posted on the SuperSport.com website dated 27 July 2015 and subsequent social media allegations of age-cheating since 29 March 2016
On the Sunday afternoon 28 March 2016, SuperSport United were crowned the Metropolitan U19 Premier Cup 2016 Champions. The defeated local side Ajax Cape Town 1-0 in a very closely contested affair.
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