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Posted: 30 March 2014 Time: 15:28

Goals by Anthony Laffor and Lebohang Mokoena secured a 2-1 win for Mamelodi Sundowns over University of Pretoria at Loftus Stadium on Sunday.

The win moved Downs level on points with Kaizer Chiefs but the Amakhosi still lead the pack due to their superior goal difference.
 
Meanwhile Atusaye Nyondo scored for AmaTuks.
 
Both coaches made only one change to their sides as they placed faith in the players who have been racking up the results for their respective outfits in recent weeks.
 
Kennedy Mweene returned between the sticks in place of the injured Wayne Sandilands for the Brazilians while Tebogo Monyai returned to the starting XI for Tuks. Siyabonga Ngubane dropped to the bench while Buhle Mkhwanazi shifted into the midfield.
 
Sundowns dominated the possession stats in the opening half an hour but Tuks looked dangerous on the counter attack.
 
Surprise Moriri’s opportunist effort from the halfway line in the 31st minute almost caught Washington Arubi off guard but the Zimbabwean keeper tracked back swiftly to spare his blushes.
 
Atusaye Nyondo and Dove Wome went close on either side of the park in quick succession before Anthony Laffor struck for the Brazilians.

Hlompho Kekana picked out the Liberian who nodded past Washington Arubi to net his fifth goal of the campaign.
 
Mamelodi Sundowns 1-0 leaders at the break.
 
Nyondo squared things up in the 63rd minute. The Malawain latched onto a flick-on by Buhle Mkhwanazi from a long throw-in to head home his seventh goal of the campaign.
 
Sundowns struck back almost immediately through Mokoena after getting onto Bongani Zungu’s pinpoint cross to nod in from close range to net his third goal in as many games.
 
The win moves Sundowns level on points with Kaizer Chiefs but the Amakhosi have a superior goal difference.

Livefyre comments on this story...

Dmsjunior
posted: 2014-03-30 15:48:12

For sundowns its like junior employee sitting on directors chair for 2 weeks whilst he on business trip,sumdowns will not get there.

The fact remains wwwwww.end of the psl and nedbank cup in cabinet.

Jangase we Khosi
posted: 2014-03-30 15:49:43

shame Pitso, 2 games ahead yet you are number 2..uzonya induku come weekend

metalwolfofficial
posted: 2014-03-30 15:49:54

Dmsjunior  entlek, uthini?

maphitha085
posted: 2014-03-30 15:50:28

D last tym Signflops won any silverware ws in 2008/9 bt u stl hv guts to comment kwaaaaaaaaaaaaaks

metalwolfofficial
posted: 2014-03-30 15:50:37

Jangase we Khosi  concentrate on your next game

fulufhelia
posted: 2014-03-30 15:51:17

I think so, so near yet so far. Current form sundowns is the team to beat but I think sundowns will win four out of the last six and if chiefs win five out of eight left it is game over.

metalwolfofficial
posted: 2014-03-30 15:51:26

maphitha085  but you failed to overtake us as the team with most league titles. you should be ashamed

Sebata
posted: 2014-03-30 15:51:54

We have a guaranteed 3 points from pierats reserve side during the week!

metalwolfofficial
posted: 2014-03-30 15:52:52

maphitha085  who said chiefs is weaker than musona? the article is about sundowns getting 3 points from amaTuks.

metalwolfofficial
posted: 2014-03-30 15:53:22

Solkezner  of sundowns

Click_
posted: 2014-03-30 15:53:51

We should just concentrate on our next match and go into it aggressively.. Nothing has changed, we're still on top & Dunusa FC are still smelling our Zebra @sses since November 2013..

metalwolfofficial
posted: 2014-03-30 15:55:23

Thyninho  golden arrows first, wa speeda

metalwolfofficial
posted: 2014-03-30 15:56:54

Tzozo  we dont care how much rotten you jealousy is. we are not even scared. we stay winning. win your games as well and leave the foul mouth to the thrash

soccer analyst
posted: 2014-03-30 15:56:55

Kaizer chiefs were bundled out in group stages by an average AS VITA team, they could not even make it to the group stages with the big boys of African football, some of thier moronic fans are busy celebrating blogging jackshit on this subject Sundowns 2-1 Tuks, onjandini bothukile, they couldnt see this coming, now they know for sure that ths championship is gonna go down through the wire, its no more a one horse race and now they are restless hence commenting negativity when for every win that Sundowns registers, when a strong Sundowns or Pirates is in the mean mood there's no place to hide.   Gcwala lova!

Mtizo01
posted: 2014-03-30 15:57:57

These clowns are so stupid.they are busy making a noise while we are still on top, do they think they wil beat us with the rubbish they displayed today???Be like VV boys and plan for nxt season, this is in da bag or kip dreaming

metalwolfofficial
posted: 2014-03-30 15:58:08

Solkezner  You won last night, and you didnt move, you were REMOVED hahahahhahha

Sebata
posted: 2014-03-30 15:58:21

Save that R5 airtime so u can comment again at 10pm on the 2nd of April

Silver Line KBY
posted: 2014-03-30 15:58:47

fulufhelia:   "So if chiefs win sundowns will faint", vice versa then!

metalwolfofficial
posted: 2014-03-30 16:00:13

Sebata  good for you

metalwolfofficial
posted: 2014-03-30 16:01:17

Click_The_Glamour  if you lose against arrows, sundowns will go to number one without kicking the ball ... thats gangster

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