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SuperSport United beat Maritzburg United by huge seven goal margin

Posted: 14 October 2011 Time: 21:47

Maritzburg United's unbeaten run was brought to a decisive end tonight, by seven goals from SuperSport United.

SuperSport United are now the only team left unbeaten in the League this season, and are top of the log on 18 points. They will remain top regardless of second-placed Mamelodi Sundowns' result tomorrow.

SuperSport have also not lost to Maritzburg since their first meeting in 2005/06.

Matsatsantsa's goals were scored by Atusaye Nyondo, Byron Hendricks own-goal, Tebogo Langerman (brace), Jabulani Maluleke (brace) and Ashley Hartog.

Nyondo took his tally for the season to five, to become joint top-scorer with Katlego Mphela, slamming home in the 10th minute.

An Anthony Laffor cross resulted in Hendricks' own-goal on 27 minutes.

Midfielder Tebogo Langerman completed the third in a clinical first-half display after good work from Nyondo in the 43rd minute, to take a 3-0 half-time lead.

Botswana international Gabonamong went on to net the fourth for the Tshwane side in the 71st minute.

A late brace from pacy substitute midfielder Jabu Maluleke in the 76th and 81st minutes, and a 86th-minute goal from Ashley Hartog ensured the emphatic result.

Maritzburg were not given time to settle, as SuperSport's offensive trio of Nyondo, Laffor and Hartog put coach Ian Palmer's charges on the back foot.

Outside of Hendricks' header that came off the post midway, SuperSport's young goalkeeper Ronwen Williams went untested in the first-half as Shu-Aib Walters' goal was continuously under threat.

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Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 07:19 am
now i'm starting to get worried .
once and always till my team wakes up and start winning games.
bondocean
posted: 08:03 am
Gavin Hunt has a winning attitude. After a season of reflection, Supersport are showing their power to devastating effect. It seems that other teams should now be scrapping for 2nd place.
Anonymous
posted: 08:14 am
It shows that now has undivided attentiion to SSU
SAFA n DOWNS must leave him alone untill the end of the season
Gub luck Gavin
Anonymous
posted: 08:14 am
Hunt your good days of winning are back now keep that spirit like that bcose you know that cups games are not favour your team
Anonymous
posted: 09:15 am
If Hunt was Bafana couch we'd ve qualified 4 Afcon
Anonymous
posted: 09:50 am
Yeah with this results,Supersport will pose a big threat & it will challenge for the leaque.but to those who think Hunt would have qualify BB,I'm sure you are being influenced by hatred & poor judgement.
Anonymous
posted: 10:04 am
What was Supersport logic to televise Ajax vs Cosmos game while there was top of the table clash between SS United and Maritzburg United?
Same as on Sunday why televise Leopards/Chiefs game while the Free State derby is an option?
Anonymous
posted: 10:17 am
Esh sam1 stp ssp b4 dey take dis league at first round
Anonymous
posted: 11:59 am
i knew it..from now onwards bayovika izembe as usually
Zwelithini
posted: 12:00 pm
Although didn't watch the game as it was no live and i've watched SSports other games well i'm not convince they will win the league taking away from last night win Maritzburg haven't done much either just that they manage that win against OP and everybody beleive there are on fire no ways the league will be won by the so called Big Three
Anonymous
posted: 01:07 pm
calvin hunt is a quality coach
Anonymous
posted: 01:18 pm
Let's not forget that Matsatsatsa have been there,done that,they know what it takes to win the league,it might be too early to say it but teams must watch out for Supersport!
Sweyts',)
posted: 01:58 pm
Good win for Sion the margin is mind boggling at this level nogal, but to be label them champions-elect so early in the race, is taking it a bit too far.....

Nyondo is on-par with another dancer and guzzler, Killer Mphela and if you ask me, Nyondo looks meaner and hungrier, I hope he proves me wrong for my club's sake .
Anonymous
posted: 02:19 pm
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Anonymous
posted: 02:22 pm
THE ONLY NEWS ON THIS SITE THE WHOLE DAY...Y U PAYING YOUR STFF FOR MAAN???
Anonymous
posted: 12:57 pm
Bafana ba Tshwane,back to where it belongs,catch me if you can.Shapa SSU Shapa.
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