Mamelodi Sundowns has set up their strength in the Dstv Premiership for the 2021/22 season as they have 16 focuses in the best position of the log standings after their most recent 3-0 success against Moroka Swallows. Mamelodi Sundowns has 4 focuses more than second spot SuperSport United who has 12 focuses.
Mamelodi Sundowns committed no error against Moroka Swallows as they guaranteed most extreme focuses from their most recent home apparatus to expand their lead in the best position. Mamelodi Sundowns scored three objectives against the guests without surrendering any as they kept one more perfect sheet in the Dstv Premiership.
Mamelodi Sundowns opened the scoring against the guests as Pavol Safranko scored his first Dstv Premiership objective in quite a while shirt. Pavol Safranko scored his first objective for Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN8 semi-finals and scored his second objective now in the Dstv Premiership to take him to 2 objectives in all contests.
Pavol Safranko opened the scoring in the 30th moment for a 1-0 lead. Mamelodi Sundowns stretched out their lead to 2-0 when Neo Maema scored his objective in the 78th moment of the match, and Peter Shalulile made it 3-0 when he scored 89th moment of the match.
Mamelodi Sundowns doubtlessly committed no error in safeguard, as they held Moroka Swallows back from scoring any objectives against them in the match. Mamelodi Sundowns will presently be difficult to find, as they lead the Dstv Premiership with 16 focuses. SuperSport United, Royal AM and Stellenbosch FC is in second, third, and fourth all on 12 focuses and the nearest to Mamelodi Sundowns on the log standings.
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