Lamontville Golden Arrows claimed their second Absa Premiership win in the space of four days when they came from the behind to beat Bloemfontein Celtic 2-1 at the Dr. Molemela Stadium on Sunday.
The first shot on target came from Arrows winger Danny Phiri in the 18th minute of the game which was parried away by Celtic goalkeeper Patrick Tignyemb.
Arrows duo Nkanyiso Mngwengwe and Wayde Jooste scored the two goals for Arrows in the 60th and 77th minutes.
The visitors did well to hold on and claim their third straight victory, while Celtic, who sit rock bottom on the log, are still searching for their first win of the season.
Alfred Ndengane handed Celtic 1-0 lead in the 49th minute into the second half from a deflected shot outside the 18-yard.
Arrows starting XI:
Mbaeva, Dube, Mngwengwe, Mzava, Nonyane, Sibiya, Bilankulu, Phiri, Ntanga, Lamola, Jooste.
Substitutes: Langeveldt, Miheso, Fikizolo, Cele, Mathiane, Magubane, Dlamini.
Celtic starting XI:
Tignyemb, Dube, Rikhotso, Mxoyana, Ndengane, Letlabika, Hotto, Nyatama, Lakay, Mahlasela, Abdoul.
Substitutes: Mtshali, Phalane, Zuma, Masuku, Sankara, Masana, Jampies.