A lightning quick counter attack looks for all the world like it's going to end in a fifth for Chiefs, but Mandla Masango tries to go for an audacious curling effort which goes nowhere near the goal.
Bartman may still be struggling, but he's just pulled off a marvellous save to deny Bobe, with the goalkeeper showing plenty of athleticism of just tip the midfielder's shot away.
The fourth official raises his board and shows we will have an extra four minutes for Leopards to get through this evening.
Worrying signs for Chiefs now as Bartman has stayed down following that miss. He may have just taken a boot from Obaje on the way through there, but he should be okay to see this one out
Joshua Obaje has just missed a glorious chance for Leopards! The substitute is played down the middle where he drags the ball past his marker before finding himself one-on-one with Bartman, but the forward somehow sends his shot wide from just a few yards out.
SUBSTITUTION: Mandla Masango comes on for Lucky Baloyi, meaning both sides have now used all their substitutions this evening.
Just 10 minutes to go here in this last-16 tie, but it was over as a contest a long time ago.
Chiefs, unsurprisingly, have started to slow down the pace of the game and are content with just stringing together long periods of passing play. Very easy on the eye from Vladimir Vermezovic's men.
SUBSTITUTION: Third and final change of the night for the hosts now, with Joshua Obaje coming on for Rodney Ramagalela.
Leopards may be 4-0 down, but this game is still very entertaining, and Bobe brings out a magnificent save from Bartman who dives to his left to just tip out the Leopards skipper's curling effort.
Leopards are all over the place defensively, and Tshabalala looks to be through on goal, but his touch leaves the ball caught up under his feet and he's unable to get much of anything away.
Chiefs continue to dominate proceedings, and they almost grab number five as Tau puts a brilliant ball across the face of goal, but it's just behind Lebese who can't make contact. A few moments later and Bernard Parker flashes a shot just wide.
Davi Banda tries for the spectacular, letting loose from 25 yards out, but his shot is always rising and flies over the crossbar.
SUBSTITUTION: Chiefs make their second change of the game, with George Lebese coming on for Abia Nale.
Leopards still looking for a goal here, but Dominic Isaacs does well to get in a block after David Zulu looked to have beaten the defence.
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SUBSTITUTION: Leopards launch a rare attack down the wing through Raymond Monama, but his delivery is too high for Ramagalela and the chance goes begging. MEanwhile, Vladislav Heric makes a chancge, with Bafana Sibeko coming on for Thomas Madimba.
SUBSTITUTION: It seems four goals is enough for one player tonight, with Vladimir Vermezovic deciding to take off Majoro, the coach probably thinking ahead to Tuesday's PSL clash against Leopards. Sthembiso Ngcobo is the man who comes on.
Brilliant performance from Majoro tonight, and he's just grabbed number four! A ball is floated over the defence to pick out the striker's run, and he produces a quite sublime finish to smash the ball past the keeper before bursting the top corner of the net.
GOAL! Leopards 0-4 Chiefs! Lehlohonolo Majoro!
Leopards looking a much better outift in this half, and Rodney Ramagalela breaks down the wing before looking to cross, but the ball takes a bobble just as he hits it, resulting in a horribly sliced delivery which flies out for a goal-kick.
Remember, a place in the quarter-finals are up for grabs here.
SUBSTITUTION: One change at the break for Kaizer Chiefs, with Davi Banda coming on for Itumeleng Duiker.
And we're back up and running in the second half. Is there any way back for Leopards? We're about to find out...
The referee brings the half to an end and Leopards have it all to do in the second period. Join me after the break for all the action.
The fourth official shows we will have two minutes of added time at the end of the first half.
Just a couple of minutes from the break now, and if Leopards are to have any hopes of finding a way back a goal before the break will do that wonders.
Nale is lucky to escape a booking now following a completely unnecessary foul in the middle of the park.
Beautiful football from Lucky Baloyi who clips the ball up and over his marker before threading an inch perfect pass for Nale, but his first touch takes the ball out a bit wider than he would have liked, and his shot was skewed well off target.
Despite Chiefs' dominance in this game they have only had three shots on target, although the fact that all three of those have ended in goals will probably not worry Vladimir Vermezovic too much.
Thirty minutes gone at the Peter Mokaba Stadium, and to say Chiefs are in control at the moment is a bit of an understatement. Leopards are getting a couple of good passing movements together, but they look flat in the final third and Arthur Bartman has remained largely unchallenged.
Lidoda Duvha are slowing starting to come into this game, with David Zulu looking lively on the edge of the area, but he hesitates to shoot and instead plays the ball out wide, but Itumeleng Duiker's cross is to no-one in particular and the ball bounces out for a goal-kick.
Almost a goal for Nale now, but he can only flash his header wide of the far-post.
Amakhosi still in complete control here, and Leopards look completely shell shocked.
Sixteen minutes in, and game, set and match. It's a hat-trick for Majoro, and all of them tap-ins. This one comes after Azwindini Maphaha could only parry a header into the path of the striker, who will not score an easier treble for the rest of his career.
Amakhosi are showing no signs of slowing down, but a wayward pass across the field has too much on it for Jimmy Tau to keep in.
Oh my! It's two goals in two minutes for Chiefs now, and again it's Tshabalala who creates it, breaking into the area before turning and teeing up Majoro who can hardly miss from a few feet out. Leopards in danger of a real whitewash here.
GOAL! Leopards 0-2 Chiefs! Lehlohonolo Majoro!
Nine minutes in and we have our first goal! Siphiwe Tshabalala breaks down the middle of the park before poking the ball on to Lehlohonolo Majoro, who is defintely on-side and calmly slots his shot into the bottom corner of the net.
GOAL! Leopards 0-1 Chiefs! Lehlohonolo Majoro!
Abia Nale is a bit too anxious to win back possession after conceding it, but in his haste he gives away a free-kick after Chiefs looked to have been building up a head of steam down the wing.
First real attack of the match comes from Leopards, with David Zulu forcing a corner, but captain Mongezi Bobe can't properly direct the resulting set piece and the chance goes begging.
Jimmy Jambo gets a talking to from the referee following a rash challenge on Rodney Ramagalela, who has to be stretchered off. No card for the Chiefs man though, even if he may have deserved one.
Both sets of players are still looking to find their feet out there, and a number of stray passes are being spread around in the early stages.
And we're under way!
Leopards captain Mongezi Bobe says he expects the Glamour Boys to come out firing at Peter Mokaba Stadium, but believes his side can come out of this one with a positive result. "In more ways than one playing against Kaizer Chiefs will be a motivation by itself," he told his club's website. "We are expecting them to come with all guns blazing. Another challenge will be the fact that they are familiar with Peter Mokaba Stadium and won't be pressured, plus the fan support they have is big in Polokwane. But I am sure we can handle them if we stick to the game plan and follow the given tactics by the coach."
Around 10 minutes to go until the kick-off, and the players are lining up in the tunnel. The fans are still starting to file into the Peter Mokaba Stadium, but those already in attendance are in fine voice this evening.
FEEDBACK: Our resident football fanatic, Jack Stoffels, writes in: Hi Ryan, This is a once off game,remember that Chiefs is not a team you can count out of cup games.This is a team of trophies.You can combine all the other teams trophies,but they will still not even come closer to Kaizer Chiefs.SCORE 4-1 to Chiefs,this is definate.
Chiefs midfielder Tinashe Nengomasha admits the thought of finishing the season without a trophy is an unbearable one, telling or partners Football411.com: "We feel the pressure to be honest. It is tradition at Chiefs to at least win one cup every season and if we go through a season without winning anything, that could be considered a terrible thing."