On April 13, 2024, in Stellenbosch, South Africa, Anicet Oura of Stellenbosch FC celebrated scoring a goal with his team mates during the Nedbank Cup Quarter Final match between Stellenbosch FC and SuperSport United at Danie Craven Stadium. Stellenbosch FC made three alterations following their goalless draw against Sekhukhune United, bringing in goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke, Jayden Adams, and Athenkosi Mcaba. Steve Barker’s team had a dream start when Anicet Oura opened the scoring within the first seven minutes with a strike from a rebound in the box.

SuperSport United looked to respond, and on 19 minutes, Terrence Dzvukamanja had a chance in the box with a low strike that was saved in the bottom corner by Masuluke. Thulani Hlatshwayo almost leveled the score for Gavin Hunt’s men eight minutes before halftime with a header in the box that narrowly missed wide. Andre de Jong almost doubled Stellies’ lead on the stroke of half-time with a strike that was saved by SuperSport United’s goalkeeper Ricardo Goss.

At the start of the second half, Devon Titus doubled Stellenbosch FC’s lead with a goal in the box after a through ball by Iqraam Rayners. Six minutes later, United was caught on a counter-attack as De Jong put the result beyond Matsatsantsa after he was teed up by Adams. Rayners extended the lead further to 4-0 on the hour-mark with a stunning shot from a difficult angle.

SuperSport made an attacking change with 23 minutes to go as Etiosa Ighodaro replaced Grobler for fresh legs. However, Stellenbosch FC was dominant, and they secured a spot in the semi-finals, cruising to a 4-0 victory.

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