Riki Van Steeden scored deep into stoppage time as Auckland City beat ten-man
Mazembe in the Club World Cup fifth-place play-off.
The match had appeared to be heading for extra time, with Jason Hayne's two
strikes for Auckland sandwiching Mazembe goals from Ngandu Kasongo and Kilitcho
Kasusula, before Van Steeden settled matters.
The Congolese side made life tough for themselves when goalkeeper Muteba
Kidiaba was sent off for handling the ball outside the area after 24 minutes.
Hayne got on the scoresheet five minutes later when he got on the end of Adam
Dickinson's long ball and beat substitute goalkeeper Aime Bakula.
The second half was a livelier affair and Kasongo levelled matters with a
stunning 25-yard effort on the hour mark.
The ten men of Mazembe were looking the stronger team now and took the lead
seven minutes later when Kasusula latched onto Mabi Mputu's backheel to send a
deflected shot past Paul Gothard.
The lead lasted barely five minutes, though, as Hayne responded quickly when
Bakula blocked Grant Young's shot to fire into the roof of the net.
Kasongo and Dioko Kaluyituka missed great chances for Mazembe before Auckland
snatched it four minutes into stoppage time.
Van Steeden collected a pass from Young in the box and finished coolly to win
it for the part-timers.