Despite their cruise control charge, Mamelodi Sundowns are avoiding the urge to set their sights on a fifth straight title. Sundowns have 30 points, which is half of what is required to win the league on average. They have also defeated every opponent in the league this season, with Sekhukhune United the most recent addition to a list that includes Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs, and the rest of the PSL cast.
Sundowns have 30 points after 12 games played, which is half of the number needed to win the domestic football championship. At their current rate of progress, they have a chance to break the record of 71 points and become the first-ever 'invincibles.'
"We don't consider points or how much we require. We focus on attempting to establish a very strong team, which implies that every single day, regardless of the mathematical scenario, that team must advertise the basic values and beliefs of this club "Mokwena states Sundowns have only surrendered two games (both in the same game) in their first 12 games. Please like, share and comment.
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