Former goalkeeper Chicken Inna Elvis Chipezeze set up a top drawer performance to shut down Mamelodi Sundowns and helped Baroque United move to the next round of Telekom at Peter Mokaba on Saturday.
Baroque shocked the mighty Brazilians 2-0, as the ruling London Premier League champions of the year retained the South African champions in the cove.
Chipezeze, who had a fairly debut appearance in South Africa, was called to action in the 20th minute, when he dismissed Sundowns Gaston Sirino, in one of the many key salvation made by former Chicken Inn fired a cap.
Baroka took the lead in 22 minutes through Mduduzi Mdantsane from the penalty spot after Sundowns & Moosa Lebus controlled Talent Chawapiwa's header with hand inside the box.
Baroka doubled the lead in 68 minutes through his own goal of Reyaad Pietersen.
Despite being 2-0 down, people of Pitso Mosimane never gave up and kept the probing, but found the Chipezesi stinging sting. Chronicle