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PSL Match Report: Sundowns vs SuperSport

Posted: 6 May 2014 Time: 19:22

Veteran Surprise Moriri’s cool head and Teko Modise’s sublime vision and control ensured a ninth League title for Mamelodi Sundowns as they beat local rivals SuperSport United 3-0 to clinch the title with a Premiership record points haul.

Moriri had missed the best chance of a cagey first half, failing to hit the back of the net from inside the six yard area in the 22ndminute after a pacey burst down the right flank by Anthony Laffor and squared cross arrived slightly behind him, and his effort flew just wide.

Sundowns played neat possession football, while United threatened on the break, especially towards the end of the half, when Mweene was cautioned for rushing out of his area to bring down young full-back Khumalo as his defence stood still.

Sundowns came out firing after the interval, and in the 49th minute another neat attack was completed when Teboho Langerman lofted a ball high over from the left and Moriri rose to head home with United’s defence missing in action.

United’s domination intensified, but their second goal came when a United attack broke down. It was in the 62nd minute, just as news of a Kaizer Chiefs goal in Nelspruit was filtering through, that United broke and substitute Sibusiso Zuma found himself one-on-one with Alje Schut.

The Sundowns captain stood firm, tackling the former Bafana Bafana star on the edge of his area and Sundowns swept forward once again.

Ronwen Willams halted the attack, but clumsily, and his clearance put his defence under pressure, allowing substitute Cuthbert Malajila to win the ball and lay it into the path of Modise.

A moment to look up and see Williams dawdling in no-mans land, and then Modise chipped sublimely into the far corner from all of 35 yards. 2-0, and what a way to win his longed-for championship medal.

In their previous four League meetings, Sundowns had scored just one goal against their neighbours, now they added a third, Malajila being sent clear in the 74th minute to finish with aplomb to send the massive crowd of yellow-clad supporters – the majority allowed in free – to begin wild celebrations.

The Brazilians are 2013/2014 champions.

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44passes
posted: 2014-05-07 08:23:45

EL Vinco

if you need more evidence

News Chiefs blow chance to lead log

10 Nov 1997 00:00 Staff Reporter

MONDAY, 12.30PM:

KAIZER Chiefs dropped two valuable points as they played to a 1-1 draw with Supersport United in a Premiership match at Rand Stadium on Sunday.

United’s Chicco Lawrence opened the score in the 12th minute after a Thomas Madigage cross. Thembinkosi Biyela equalised for Amakhosi after receiving a pass from Mark Williams in the 38th minute.

Mamelodi Sundowns hammered Santos 5-0 at Odi Stadium on Sunday. Augustine Makalakalane scored for the home side in the 34th minute. In the 55th minute Daniel Mudau made a solo run which resulted in a goal. Pitso Mosimane made it 3-0 after connecting a Joas Mogolego square pass in the 80th minute. Defender Isaac Shai scored in the 80th minute to make it 4-0. Mudau completed his brace a minute into injury time.

Log leaders Bush Bucks went down 1-0 to QwaQwa Stars at Charles Mopeli Stadium on Sunday. The goal that separated the two teams came in the 37th minute after Doctor Mkhonza headed home a Meshack Tsotetsi corner kick.

Real Rovers’ striker George Mathiba scored a brace as his team beat Bloemfontein Celtic 3-1 at Pietersburg Stadium. Mathiba opened the score in the 12th minute but the excitement was shortlived as Celtic striker Willem Vries equalised in the 21st minute. New signing Percy Makwaeba made it 2-1 for Rovers before Mathiba completed his brace in the 65th minute.

Jomo Cosmos collected maximum points when they beat Hellenic 1-0 at Green Point Stadium on Friday. Godfrey Sapula scored the only goal of the match.

menterra
posted: 2014-05-07 08:38:40

Halalaaaaa ka bo yellow mona phantsi, away n leak ur wounds. Wena

KidKudu7
posted: 2014-05-07 08:43:50

Mosixty

Train yamasimba!!!

UP THE MIGHTY BUCS!!!

GTM10
posted: 2014-05-07 09:07:26

metalwolf It's not about how u start it, it's abt how u END it.

SencoPation
posted: 2014-05-07 09:46:22

44passes EL Vinco .... 44passes. you are on fire boi. I appreciate how you stick to and provide all needed proof of all your statements. It goes to show, on flip side, how people tend to crush and rubbish other people's viewpoints without a slightest clue of the subject/topic. 

I think what you have done is to set a challenge for all bloggers in here to 'double check' their facts or views, especially before disagreeing with or labelling others as football loving fools.


nawe El Vinco, at least you were amicable in your argument and admitting of own misinterpretation of what was being articulated.

Noma nje kusobala ukuthi your 'facts' are wrong.

44passes
posted: 2014-05-07 11:23:21

SencoPation  44passes EL Vinco

Thank you for the kind words SencoPation,i have a duty to protect my beloved Mamelodi Sundowns..The brother needed evidence and I had to provide it...

Its a pity he does not have the decency to acknowledge his error..

Pirates All Day
posted: 2014-05-07 12:36:08

This Cheese is dangerous.... he must come back home

Bunttuu
posted: 2014-05-07 13:16:43

A big thanks to Pirates supporters!! We will beat Wits on Nedbank eMabhida...sisonke!!!!

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