The spice people were back for another action of Premier Soccer League and they came into the league encounter on a run of 7 unbeaten games, including Supersport United and Kaizer Chiefs victories. Royal AM have managed to surprise everyone in the field of play and outside the soccer field.
Royal Andile Mpisane Football Club is one of the most in-form clubs in the top flight of the South African football fraternity, after losing their first two games the club is currently on eight matches unbeaten run which sees them lying third on the DSTV Premiership log. Photo: Royal Andile Mpisane Football Club Official Facebook Page
So at this rate, by the end of the season Shalulile would have scored 30 goals? I wish he doesn't get injured by one of Hlatswayo, Katsande or Mathoho's tackles. Peter Shalulile (Mamelodi Sundowns) 8 Victor Letsoalo (Royal AM) 6 Keagan Dolly (Kaizer Chiefs) 5
Date: Sunday, November 07 Royal AM are currently playing their latest fixture in the Dstv Premiership against Baroka FC at home, and the home side levelled the score on 1-1 as Levy Mashiane scored to neutralise Bayzel Goldstone's goal. Royal AM are currently playing their latest home fixture in the Dstv Premiership against Baroka FC, and they levelled the score on 1-1 as they came from 1-0 behind to level the score.
In case you might have thought that Royal AM's 4-1 victory over Kaizer Chiefs was just pure luck, oh well you got it all wrong as the KZN based side has managed to step up on their back to back victories. It can be said that their big victory against Kaizer Chiefs could have been something that motivated Mam Mkhize's boys as they walked all over TS Galaxy as they were playing at home after beating them 4-2.
While you are here kindly comment, like, share and follow me for more content. Three first-half objectives from Tshidiso Monamodi, Levy Mashiane, and Letsoalo overpowered Galaxy, and keeping in mind that the guests scored twice in the subsequent half, through Pogiso Sanoko and commander Mxolisi Macuphu, Kabelo Mahlasela added one more strike for Royal to finish the defeat.
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