Johannesburg – Police fired rubber bullets and stun grenades to disperse a crowd who invaded the pitch at an Absa Premiership match.
Authorities mentioned there have been no studies of casualties after the fixture between Bloemfontein Celtic and Cape City Metropolis ended 23 minutes into the primary half with no objectives scored.
The explanation for the pitch invasion was not instantly identified in a match pitting fifth-place Cape City towards 10th-place Celtic.
A watch witness advised AFP that when the pitch was invaded, the gamers, coaches and technical employees hurried to the security of the altering rooms.
In a Durban derby, mid-table Golden Arrows and relegation-threatened AmaZulu drew 1-1 with each objectives coming in the course of the first half.
A strong header from Togo centre-back Sadat Ouro-Akoriko off a nook gave AmaZulu a 12th-minute lead that didn’t final lengthy.
Arrows struck the woodwork six minutes later from an angled free-kick and Divine Lunga slammed the rebound by a crowd of gamers and into the web.
The outcome left AmaZulu three factors above the relegation zone, however three of the 5 different golf equipment concerned within the battle to keep away from the drop have performed one match much less.