Moroka Swallows FC won their latest match in the DStv Premiership against Sekhukhune United away from home with a last minute goal in the dying minutes of second half injury time.

The Dobsonville Dube Birds won with an own goal scored by the Babina Noko goalkeeper Badra Ali Sangaré. This marked the Soweto-based giants first win of the season after they played out to a draw and a defeat in their two matches prior to last.

Moroka Swallows FC opened the scoring in the 16th minute with Lindokuhle Mtshali finding the back of the net from Kagiso Malinga’s assist for the lead.

Sekhukhune United football club however leveled the score on 1-1 when Jamie Craig Webber aided an assist for Chibuike Ohizu to score in the 26th minute.

The match ended 1-1 at the half-time break. The second half of the match was very competitive, but the two sides did not make use of their chances to score and gain the lead.

After the 90 minutes were depleted, four more minutes were added to the clock and in the final minute of injury time, Sekhukhune United goalkeeper Badra Ali Sangaré scored an own goal in the 90+4 minute as Swallows gained the lead at 2-1.

The Soweto side held onto their lead to win the match 2-1 at full-time to claim maximum points from their first win this season. Swallows earned themselves three points on the road after recovering from their last defeat to Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN8 quarter-finals.

Head coach of Swallows, Steve Komphela have now won his first match as the club’s new mentor.