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24/08/2011 19:30

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Posted: 24 August 2011 Time: 21:22

A dull performance from Mamelodi Sundowns in their first half against Moroka Swallows was quickly forgotten when a phenomenal 16 minutes of play in the second 45 saw the Brazilians score four goals.

Sundowns dismantled the Birds defence in the second half of their Absa Premiership match played at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Wednesday evening winning 4-0.

While the first half saw both sides evenly matched and both with their fair share of chances on goal. The second half was all one-way traffic as the Brazilians swift passing was too much for Gordon Igesund’s men to deal with.

If anything, the Birds had the better of the first half.

The first shot on goal went the way of Swallows in the 12th minute when Oscar Machapa drove a powerful shot goalwards from 25-yards out, but he saw his effort go narrowly wide of the target.

Nine minutes later and David Mathebula tested Wayne Sandilands with a superbly placed free-kick that had the keeper diving full stretch to his right to make a fingertip save.

Still, while the Birds may have enjoyed the first 45 minutes, the second was a nightmare they will quickly want to forget.

In a 16 minute period the Swallows defence seemed to go to sleep and Sundowns’ attackers took full advantage.

First, in the 50th minute Katlego Mphela showed his prowess in front of goal with a fine finish to give his side the lead. Seven minutes later and Modise doubled his side’s lead with a classy finish.

The goal of the evening was scored by Musa Nyatama in the 60th minute when his 25-yard thunderbolt found the top right-hand corner of the net, giving the keeper no chance.

Mphela grabbed his second to conclude the goal rout after latching onto an accurate cross from Punch Masenamela to fire the ball home for 12-yards out, 4-0.

After taking a four goal lead Sundowns took the foot of the pedal and seemed content to just go through the motions knowing the three points were secure.

Previous comments on this story...

Mpofana Eeeeeeenhle
posted: 09:44 pm
I just wish Masandawana could do the same thing on Sunday.

Minwana Phezuuuulu!!!
Futibol
posted: 09:50 pm
Let them talk,THE SKYYYYYY
dallmeier
posted: 09:53 pm
wow!up the sky up.
Anonymous
posted: 10:21 pm
lets wait 4 sunday,up da bucs,,,,r.i.p swallows
Anonymous
posted: 10:22 pm
wow kaboyellow masandawana, u just made my night. thank u
Anonymous
posted: 10:22 pm
Thupa shapa hela. Now pirates must call for Jack Sparrow for assistance ka gonne rona ra shashara whenever we see Soweto
Anonymous
posted: 10:25 pm
contratz 2 the coach and playerz we need to play 4 90min
Anonymous
posted: 10:26 pm
please Gordon sign another holding midfielder and playmaker who can pass the b4 it,s too late.your playmaker don.t even know when to hold or release the ball.tell players to play not to chase away the ball.goodluck coach it will be okay keep on wmrking
Anonymous
posted: 10:31 pm
Gttng ready to distroy bucs on weekend. Yizo Ndawana's
Anonymous
posted: 10:32 pm
i m happy that we have not conceided a goal so far. Well done to the boys. Mara that pitch....hayikhona.
Anonymous
posted: 10:37 pm
welcome home Daniels and okpako. Dankie downs u made my nyt. I thnk we never had quick attacking n skillfull side like ds. All we need now is consistance. On sunday we don't need 4 we jst need 1 frm d wounded rats.
Anonymous
posted: 10:39 pm
Ddnt wtch th game bt readin 4rm this...I congratulate th guys....consistency nw is key...keep it up
Anonymous
posted: 10:42 pm
Am a khosi fan but seeing Teko on fire lyk dat makes me happy 4 Bafana x2. Shabba on left, Pienaar right Teko de general controlling dat middle of de park. I don't care wat Egypt intends 2 do we will collect points en qualify.
Anonymous
posted: 10:45 pm
Neeskens's plan is taking shape, Shapa Dawana Shapa!
Anonymous
posted: 10:45 pm
Let's keep winning! Consistentsy is key!! Well done boys, now to beat Pie-rats
Anonymous
posted: 10:46 pm
Does dis team havve supporters? Dey claim 2 be a big team bt howmany of dem we're @ de stadium? Mxm dis is pathetic 2 say de least.
Anonymous
posted: 10:55 pm
dominant 2nd half. Lapses in concentration in the 1st. Xulu must pull up his socks. Okpako & Daniels had gr8 debuts while Cale was his usual useless self
Anonymous
posted: 10:57 pm
Well done boys @legend, uyabhora bhuti, or sisi: back to the article I don we should base our future on the MTN 8 game against Ghosts but rather on acknowledging the potential on our coacg: still a long way to go and he will def. need our support : The sky is the limit
Anonymous
posted: 10:58 pm
Shapa bafana ba style shapaaaaaaaaaaaaa.
Sweyts',)
posted: 11:00 pm

Yellow Masandaweni kao fela!

Jy weet, daai grootkop Pitso Mosimane must reinstate Google TM-10 at Bafana and give him back his armband and jersey (10) at once and stop bubbling foam all the time!

Eysh, thanks to S.A.U.K our match is still 'living'. nx!

Fede as for our foes who're next up.....'ANGEKESAPHELAMANDLA'! mh.
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