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Massa inspires Tuks to victory against Swallows
Publish Date: Apr 09, 2014
Massa inspires Tuks to victory against Swallows
Geofrey Massa of University Pretoria celebrates his goal during the Absa Premiership 2013/14 match between University of Pretoria v Moroka Swallows at Tuks Stadium in Pretoriaon the 08 April 2014. PHOTO: Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix
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By Fred Kaweesi
 
ABSA result
Tuks 2 Swallows 1

 
Geoffrey Massa struck a spectacular goal as the University of Pretoria beat Moroka Swallows 2-1 in their Absa Premiership encounter at Tuks Stadium on Tuesday.

Roger Da Costa helped Swalllows to the lead on 35 minutes after heading home Lefa Tsutsulupa's corner from the left side of the pitch.
However, Massa responded with a spectacular bicycle-kick goal just before half-time to restore parity for the home side.

Massa has so far registered five goals for the South African side.

Grant Kekana rose highest at the back post to head home substitute Khethukuthula Zwane's corner from the right to win the game in the 72nd minute.

The win consequently propels University of Pretoria to 10th on the table.

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