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Match report: Mamelodi Sundowns beat Ajax Cape Town

Posted: 2 April 2013 Time: 22:07

Mamelodi Sundowns piled more misery on struggling Ajax Cape Town with a 3-1 win on Tuesday evening.

Goals from Eleazar Rodgers, Edward Manqele and Hlompho Kekana secured all three points for the Brazilians.

Mabhuti Khenyeza scored Ajax's only goal and then received a red card in the last minute for a second bookable offence as the Urban Warriors make it eight games without a win.

Ajax started brighter and looked to calm early nerves by grabbing a break through, with Khenyeza and Khama Billiat tring their luck inside the first 10 minutes.

But despite the visitor’s bright start it was the Brazilians who created the first real chance of the match, when Teko Modise played a good ball into the area. Wayne Arendse rose highest and directed a powerful header towards goal, but Sander Westerveld tipped the ball onto the post for a corner-kick.

Downs took the lead from the resulting corner, when Arendse directed Pelembe’s delivery into the path of Rodgers, and the striker made no mistake with his head from close range for only his second goal of the season.

Manqele doubled his side’s lead 10 minutes later, to take his tally to two in the League this season. Modise found the unmarked striker just outside the area and Manqele made no mistake, sliding a neat ball across the turf into the back of the net.

Khenyeza pulled one back for Ajax just before half-time, when his run at the near post was found by a great ball by Granwald Scott, and the ex-Sundowns striker slottED the ball neatly past Sandilands from close range.

Ajax started the second half as they did the first, looking to grab an early goal, but second half substitute Nyasha Mushekwi nearly made an immediate impact for the hosts, heading a corner by Pelembe straight at Westerveld, who was up to the task.

Kekana put the game beyond the Capetonians’ reach in second half stoppage time with his first goal of the season, netting from the penalty spot after he was brought down in the area.

Insult was added to injury when, in the final seconds of the match, Khenyeza was given his marching orders for a second bookable offence.

The wins means that Sundowns draw level with Univsersity of Pretoria in 10th place while Ajax remain in 15th, three points above Chippa United at the bottom.

Previous comments on this story...

Gold & Black Rhino
posted: 10:21 pm
Orlando Pirates is in Big Troble. Ever Team from Cape Town that is Going to Mvela or NFD is Gonna get 3 points from Pirates! Chippa United & Ajax Cape Town they will Take Points from Amarats & go to NFD. What did Santos Do to Pirates Before they to NFD. Love & Peace...
brisco
posted: 10:21 pm
I hope downs will build on that , nd dnt comment about other teams here
Queen 2the Chiefs
posted: 10:26 pm
Congrats yellow nation,where was Pitso hiding Rodgers by the way... He must keep benching his son Mpela since he's firing blanks,guess the red that Schut got was blessing for the other players
Champ enigma
posted: 10:38 pm
Ha ha Editor you are wasting your time. All of the 24 Dunudunu fans have already deserted their team. I bet they did not bother to check the results. They thought they will lose. Editor can you please fax thi report to Lunguzela, get his details from soccerladuma. Don't forget fendabedha, mxm la laiti o ya hlanya alright. He he I think rats are already ####### their pants, ijo. If Marikana can score two goals they will win 2 1. Phela we know Pierats never score more than two goals even if they can get 4 penalties, after the first one they will be done. If only they can manage to close down that Mbuyane defensive striker, phela that boy hates DUnusa with all his heart. Every season he only score two goals, both against Dunusa.
Champ enigma
posted: 10:46 pm
Wena Pizza I hope you learnt your lesson with your stupid team. Please visit Baxter to learn tactics. Phew, phela you are always sodomised by one player. Who even fails to score against weak Nvela bound teams.

Again grand grand why does that rats defensive striker hate Dunusa that much.

Dunusa, I want you to hit Pierats hard. After that you can go back to your losing and drawing ways all I care. Mxm phela you are a weak team. You deserve to foolow Ajax to Nvela along with Chippa.
@WittyChippa The Namibian Khosi
posted: 10:50 pm
Who cares? We dont want news about small teams, update us about what is happening at the biggest team in Africa... I AM THE NAMIBIAN KHOSI
Naviboy wa Lekhosi
posted: 10:51 pm
I hear Meyiwa calls himself Khune at training hw true is this
Trevas
posted: 10:52 pm
kaboyellow!!!!!!!!!!
orientallesa
posted: 10:55 pm
Shapa jungle shapaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Sweyts',)
posted: 11:05 pm
This just goes to show the mettle of a Sundowns lover, no one is blowing a trumpet.
We don't celebrate crap, cause it's not about winning, but doing so with conviction, unless the ref thinks otherwise....ofcourse. mh.

Now that's Dawana mentality, hhayi iywengu njeee!
implementing vision 2013/2014 with PITso
posted: 11:55 pm
Hey futsek nina zebra nani zi-rats. Amazinyo azabazinyanda bafana bam sibuyile ngk KBY 4evr.
The Champ is Here
posted: 11:58 pm
Wena stigma don't be fooled by these chokers' results they're not even in the top eight...next week they go back to their ways, most def. I heards your team is still holding the umbrella for the DTChamps & the zebras are already jumping up and down clebrating an imaginery trophy. What belongs to Ceaser will always stay with Him.

Dark or Blue I say DTC
The Champ is Here
posted: 12:01 am
msuzuks uyasinukela wena vala indunundunu leyo this is not mining but soccer.

Dark or blue I say DTC
msenti15
posted: 05:42 am
are these NFD results?
Champ enigma
posted: 06:42 am
Wena sweets, conviction conviction my ass. What will you be celebrating going to Mvela with your overpaid and overated cows. Phela you did not even watch the game that's how low your confidence in your team is. You also know its a fluke win, you win one game and you go back to your drawing and losing away. You have nothing to celebrate, thina at Khosi ai ke speiti fela. At Camp is here, keep on dreaming, you have been saying this since day one.
Sir eeemzaa-walikhosi
posted: 06:46 am
Well done downs: Now the points are found at Mayfair, go there with confidence.

K4L : let's hear
Champ enigma
posted: 07:36 am
Mxm where do Dunusa fans comes from, this cowards they were hiding after draws and loses, now their tails are up. Mxm. Same as Pierats faithfools they are all hiding abo Manyisela, the criple champs, criple king, cripple what what.
mogatsaka
posted: 07:50 am
Well done boys.Khosikazis have been in hiding for years,not to mention the years they had to watch their worst enermy collecting them in 3s.So khosi stop telling Sunflops/Sundonodono,whatever you call them,when to comment about their team.After years of hiding your Khosi shirt you want to have a big mouth.
Donald Duck
posted: 08:10 am
All I need from the brazilians is to moer the hell out of mice on Saturday and kill of this sinking ship once and for all. Shapa yellow...

RTG
LoCowaleKhosi
posted: 08:15 am
@ this mogatsazuma djy praat kak wena. Chiefs fans never hide, that's why you fools don't like us, cause every season(besides the previous one) we win something & we always back our team, ALWAYS
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