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Shalulile Nets Back-To-Back Hat-Tricks In Downs Thrashing

Peter Shalulile stowed a full go-around briefly progressive DStv Premiership conflict as Mamelodi Sundowns whipped Golden Arrows 6-0 on Tuesday evening.

DStv Premiership

Result: Mamelodi Sundowns 6-0 Golden Arrows

Date: 12 April 2022

Venue: Loftus Versfeld Stadium

Downs rolled out three improvements to the group that whipped Swallows, as goalkeeper Denis Onyango, Mosa Lebusa and Gaston Sirino, who joined Themba Zwane, Bradley Ralani and Peter Shalulile forthright, were completely reviewed.

The Brazilians opened up the game with a high press in the initial trades yet were gifted the lead from a set-piece in the nineteenth moment after goalkeeper Nkosingiphile Ngcobo's inability to gather a free-kick permitted Lebusa to set up Sirino, who opened into an unfilled net.

The Tshwane goliaths stayed on the front foot and Peter Shalulile multiplied the lead five minutes after the fact with a free header in the crate from a corner by Lyle Lakay.

Shalulile proceeded to finish his support with a strike into the top corner plain in the case after a cut-back by Zwane. The Namibian is the principal player to score 20 association objectives since Siyabonga Nomvethe arrived at that objective count for Moroka Swallows in the 2011/12 mission.

Arrows, who were generally pursuing shadows, verged on pulling an objective back on the stroke of halftime through Knox Mutizwa's diverted free-kick that blazed past the top corner.

The guests had a promising beginning in the subsequent refrain yet they surrendered the fourth objective in the 63rd moment after Shalulile finished his full go-around with a strike into the base corner after Thabani Zuke staggered on a cut-back by Lakay in the case.

Downs added one more striker in Pavol Safranko to the assault soon after that instead of Sirino and Safranko made it 5-0 as of now with a low strike at the close to post after he was teed up by Zwane.

Shalulile didn't have more opportunity to expand his objective count, as he was supplanted by Kermit Erasmus 12 minutes before time and Erasmus made it 6-0 for the Brazilians seven minutes after the fact with a strike into a vast net from a bounce back in the container.

Nduduzo Sibiya was denied a reassurance objective for Arrows in stoppage time by the foundation of the post as Sundowns extended their lead at the highest point of the log to 14 places and need seven focuses in last five matches to be delegated champions.

Here's how they lined up:

Sundowns: 14. D.Onyango, 25. Mudau, 7. Lakay, 6. B.Onyango, 5. Lebusa, 15. Jali, 12. Maluleka, 28. Ralani, 18. Zwane, 10. Sirino, 38. Shalulile

Subs: 1. Pieterse, 34. Mvala, 28. De Reuck, 22. Kapinga, 17. Modiba, 9. Safranko, 35. Maema, 11. Erasmus, 33. Maboe

Arrows: 32. N.Gumede, 29. Sibisi, 37. Ndlovu, 35. Mantshiyane, 11. Sibiya, 18. Mutizwa, 24. Dlamini, 23. Dube, 17. Conco, 15. Zuke, 13. Mmodi

Subs: 36. Mlungwana, 26. Magubane, 20. Mathiane, 19. Magawana, 7. Mtshali, 27. Nxadi, 12. Ndwandwe, 9. Motebang, 33. M.Gumede

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