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  • Eleazar Rodgers (50)
  • Vuyisile Wana (65)
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  • (12) Nyasha Mushekwi
  • (25) Teko Modise
  • (74) Themba Zwane
  • (79) Katlego Mphela
  • (86) Katlego Mphela

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Five-star Sundowns thump Santos

Mamelodi Sundowns beat Santos

Posted: 30 November 2011 Time: 9:23 pm

Sundowns recovered from a second half wobble to thrash Santos 5-2 in an Absa Premiership game played at Athlone on Wednesday night.

Santos seemed to be lacking a plan in the first half as the visiting side dominated all possession and made all the running.

The first goal came after just 11 minutes when Richard Henyekane skipped past Pere Ariweriyai and delivered a pin-point cross which was powered home by the head of Nyasha Mushekwi.

Sundowns’ dominance of the game was underlined in the 25th minute when Teko Modise made it 2-0; the skipper curling a free-kick around the wall and past Tshepo Motsoeneng.

The Brazilians remained on top for the balance of the first half, but failed to again trouble Motsoeneng, while at the other end Wayne Sandilands was a virtual spectator as the Peoples’ Team failed to fire up-front.

Santos looked far more purposeful after the restart and after Vuyisile Wana had his shot from a tight angle saved, Eleazar Rodgers pulled a goal back for Santos as he converted Tawonga Chimodzi’s cross from just outside the small box in the 51st minute.

The hosts were right back in the game in the 65th minute when Wana ran onto Tyren Arendse’s long ball and coolly put it over the head of an out-of-position Sandilands.

But the parity was only to last for nine minutes as the Tshwane side struck back with an excellent goal from Themba Zwane, who hammered home a powerful drive in at the near post.

And with 11 minutes to go the Brazilians ensured the three points when substitute Katlego Mphela broke through Motsoeneng’s attempted block and fired into an empty net from three yards out.

Mphela completed his brace with three minutes to go as he brushed off a couple of challenges before scoring from 16-yards out with a low curled shot.

Anthony McLennan

Article by: AN Other

HOME: Santos

  • 1 Tshepo Motsoeneng
  • 2 Pere Ariweriyai
  • 20 Zairon van Beulen
  • 23 Bongi Macala
  • 25 Cheslyn Jampies
  • 8 Tyren Arendse
  • 10 Tawonga Chimodzi
    75 mins - Shafeeq Arendse
  • 11 Erwin Isaacs
    84 mins - Bheki Shabangu
  • 17 Salmaan King
  • 36 Pikolomzi Kefile
    46 mins - Vuyisile Wana
  • 9 Eleazar Rodgers

AWAY: Mamelodi Sundowns

  • 40 Wayne Sandilands
  • 4 Clayton Daniels
  • 31 Punch Masenamela
  • 55 Siyanda Xulu
  • 7 Elias Pelembe
    88 mins - Lebohang Mokoena
  • 7 Siyabonga Ngubane
  • 8 Hlompho Kekana
  • 10 Teko Modise
    81 mins - Method Mwanjali
  • 18 Themba Zwane
  • 30 Nyasha Mushekwi
  • 83 Richard Henyekane
    57 mins - Katlego Mphela

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 09:44 pm
5 star sundowns congrats to you guys.
Anonymous
posted: 09:46 pm
Yho yho yho even mr editor s drunk by this masacre!ha ha ha ha ha
Futibol
posted: 09:46 pm
Goals is what we needed most,Defance (I'll coment later)
Anonymous
posted: 09:47 pm
Tshisa mpama bulala masandawana Gud game bt hayi u guys conceded silly goals maan u can't allow teams 2 cum back wen dey r dead n buried
Anonymous
posted: 09:51 pm
Yoh yoh yoh zwane my boi...masandawana my boiz...whose next??? Whose next??? Shapa sandawana shapaaaaaaaa!!!! Eh wena mr editor ungas'bhayeli iskelem jou zebra stripes
Gucci Man
posted: 09:54 pm
Well done to Mfana Wastayela & Sweyts .....
I will always say this KILLER is the best in our country
Anonymous
posted: 09:56 pm
Shapa Sky shapa! Sundowns until my last born son becomes an old age pensioner. Courtesy of 'football Made Easy aka FME' Zwane. The other forewarned people about this during pre-seasom and I watched him playing to confirm that. Ooh! Before I forget, shapa ;atsatsantsa shapa!
Anonymous
posted: 10:06 pm
Tshepo Moutswaneng is as useless as that woman basher and dog abuser.... Well done 4 a wonderful display of attacking your coach reminds me of Papic and he will be as successful as Papic. Football 101 was mastered at the University of Orlando.
Anonymous
posted: 10:06 pm
Sontos 5-2 S dows,your score tell deffer to your story,3 ongoals or the story is right???
Anonymous
posted: 10:13 pm
@ Elvis, is it your grammar or what? I really can't get what you have posted.
fire
posted: 10:18 pm
Tshasa

...stayela sao se ba bontshe!

Tshasa!
Anonymous
posted: 10:23 pm
well done coach n playas. To t zwane u the bst. Ba bolaye killer. U r answering ur critics n proving Pitso rite. U r the bst striker
Anonymous
posted: 10:26 pm
@Fhatu Elvis is ryt. Jus look @ the score
Anonymous
posted: 10:28 pm
mmhhhhh no coment!! Brazilitto, Sweyts, Ntokozo, Wonder, West Indian Chick, West Lesandawana, Binladen, The Game, Sky, Fantastik, & ol Sundowns faith whom i dnt mentioned lets meet ko ekhayeni lika Gasper @ Loftus Stadea on sudae afrnun!! Oh b4 i 4 gt Shapa SSU shapa!! Fall Family Bond FC Fall!! Kusese yelo namanje. Plz hv a Yellow Gud nyt ol of u fellows
Anonymous
posted: 10:34 pm
Killer scored 2 goals who is the other Sa striker who scored.did I hear mbuyane or gabuza.
Anonymous
posted: 10:45 pm
Please rectify the final score of the match between Sundowns and Santos.
Anonymous
posted: 10:46 pm
Dankie sybonga guyz ewe nje also on Sunday mh mh mh wat a game
Anonymous
posted: 10:47 pm
South African editors they are very funny,how on earth Santos 5-2 s/down. but yet santos lost, oshhh, its for SA. Namibian w cant do such sillyy edidting.
Anonymous
posted: 10:50 pm
Well done Brazilians, bt we're done K.C. still 4 us. Please dn't disappoint us on Sunday...
Anonymous
posted: 11:58 pm
Lindile read and understand.eish...*worried*
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