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Polokwane City beat Mamelodi Sundowns

Posted: 26 October 2013 Time: 22:17

Mamelodi Sundowns suffered their first League loss of the season as they went down 1-0 to rookies Polokwane City on Saturday night.

The goal that made the difference in the match was an own goal by Sundowns fullback Tebogo Langerman in the first half.

Sundowns headed into this match brimming with confidence. Pitso Mosimane’s men completely annihilated AmaZulu 7-1 in a League encounter in midweek and were looking to continue their golden run of form.

The Brazilians were the early hustlers in this match and were creating most of the chances.

In the 13th minute their Zimbabwean international winger Khama Billiat had a sniff at goal when he tried to catch City keeper Modiri Marumo off his goal with an audacious shot, but the ball just went marginally off target.

Sundowns had a free kick in the 21st minute out on the right wing and Dove Wome delivered an excellent ball into the box which was met by the head of Bongani Zungu, but the former University of Pretoria midfielder headed wide from close range.

Six minutes later Zungu had another chance, but after all his hard work dribbling past the City defenders his final shot was disappointing as he shot straight at the keeper from close range.

With Sundowns having started the first half the strongest, City finished it with the upper hand and found the match’s opener in the 43rd minute. Galagbwe Moyana sent in a good ball into the box which Langerman unfortunately turned into his own net.

Sundowns went looking for the equaliser in the second half and came close in the 60th minute when Wome’s right-footed curling free kick from the left wing narrowly missed the target.

The Brazilians could not unlock the City defence who employed the tactic of “parking the bus at the back” as they emerged victorious and picked up their second win of the season at the expense of the expensively assembled Pretoria side.

Livefyre comments on this story...

chiefs r crooks
posted: 2013-10-26 20:53:33

Africa United is such an inconsistent team...bt it's better to lose with dignity than to draw a game thru a dubious offside goal.....

New age blogger
posted: 2013-10-26 21:09:17

 @Kweyila  Leave Teko alone

posted: 2013-10-26 21:10:03

We still gonna score ka di off site then stop complaining, 2 u downs n Pitso u have to work very hard n smart to win psl trophy, 2 u Pierates fill orlando bfr u win CAF

posted: 2013-10-26 21:10:57

Who they think they are? every team must win,draw or lose.this is the game of soccer number 1 spot must wait for number 16 spot, so that this league will be wonderful.   

posted: 2013-10-26 21:12:58

Shwame Moneyloady Signdwarfs.......even if Bay United change it's name they still beat Dwarfs :(

posted: 2013-10-26 21:23:21

haibo downs you lost to tahiti of psl

posted: 2013-10-26 21:24:23

You know why they shy against Polokwane City its because the thought they are playing K Chiefs because of their jearsey gold and black when ever they see those colours butterfly gets into their stomach and starting having running stomach.

posted: 2013-10-26 21:29:04

Even though we lost Zungu showed class I think if he was playing attacking role he could have scored

posted: 2013-10-26 21:33:06

Don't b too mad; u'll come back stronger, ur coach Pitsa must just listen to the critics coz they can be his strength, but then yet again his arrogance will always be his down fall

posted: 2013-10-26 21:34:47

May we should aim for 3 goal not more. But goal difference may help us at. The end of de season. But atleast we happy on tuesday

DaSheppy Wadawana
posted: 2013-10-26 21:35:26

Loosing a game is part of the game It is how you come back in the next game that matters most . Hope you pick yourselves in the next home match and get a win. Hardlucky Masandawana

posted: 2013-10-26 21:38:19

I disagree Billiat is the best player in de psl currently

posted: 2013-10-26 21:41:31

It true wen there jeolous around u. But we were happy on tuesday

posted: 2013-10-26 21:49:12

Chıefs wıll never beat pırates ıf baxter ıs stıll ın naturena marked my words,because baxter does not want to try new ıdeas and he fıeld same players agaınst bucs all the tıme and roger knows who ıs goıng to play most of the tıme and chıefs players are becomıng afraıd of bucs players, because of there achıevement for last four years.Bucs team they deserved respect and the second star ıs comıng soon lıke ıt or not.

Khomphela wa lekhosi
posted: 2013-10-26 21:53:51

Kweyila Whatever u'r drinking or smoking is not good for u don't try it again coz it disturbs u'r thinking ability, u'r comments are totally irrelevant for this topic.

posted: 2013-10-26 22:43:13

Kweyila Man how can u just stand up so confidently on this platform to expose yourself by showing us how low you can go in terms of thinking!!!! Leave Teko Modise alone, feel sorry about the way you are stereotyped!!!!

posted: 2013-10-27 00:58:08

I think ths "park the bus" statement is starting to be an xcuse now for tactically eloquent coaches whenever they lost

posted: 2013-10-27 02:15:49

Pitso "I hope the next game we wont get a bus, they parked the bus but the bus has no driver. The keys are lost" loooooool  tikitakatikitakatikitakatikitaka  Aowa Pitso u finish me

posted: 2013-10-27 03:36:20

If the bus is packed then unpack it simple as that the fact is sundowns lost if they lose against polokwane city what about chiefs and pirates mhhh!

posted: 2013-10-27 03:44:58

no unbeaten team now nhe mara the game of soccer is strange nhe you score seven click click bang! the next niks hai kahleni bo sundowns?

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