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Orlando Pirates Football Club utility full-back Paseka Mako made fun of Kaizer Chiefs Football Club over their celebrations when drawing his side in the semi-finals of the Nedbank Cup two weeks ago.

Mako and Du Preez Battling For The Ball.
Mako And Du Preez Battling For The Ball.

After his side did the work and knocked their arch-nemesis out of the tournament, Mako couldn’t resist a chance to make fun of Chiefs during his Man Of The Match post-match interview.

The 29-year-old reminded everyone of how Chiefs management, players, and even supporters celebrated drawing them in the Nedbank Cup semifinal draw two weeks ago.

The South African international first thanked his teammates for seeing his club reach the final before taking a dig at Chiefs.

Sorry to say this [but] the time they drew us, they were happy and I know I think we did it for the supporters and Orlando Pirates family,” he said on SupersportTV.

He further went on to explain his position switch after his teammate Bandile Shandu got injured just before halftime.

Mako played as the right fullback after Shandu left the field of play due to injury, and the change did not bother him as he has played there before this season.

The Buccaneers will see who their final opponent will be later today, as Stellenbosch Football Club will host Sekhukhune United Football Club at Danie Craven Stadium in Cape Town.

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