Date : Tuesday, October 19
AmaZulu FC who has been struggling to pick up wins in the Dstv Premiership has claimed the 6th place spot on the log standings after their latest away fixture against TS Galaxy as they won the match 1-0 at full-time. AmaZulu FC lost their first fixture in the Dstv Premiership against Mamelodi Sundowns on the opening day of the 2021/22 season, and went all downhill from there as they drew three consecutive fixtures before they picked up their first win of the season in the Dstv Premiership.
AmaZulu FC won their first fixture in the Dstv Premiership against Baroka FC 1-0 at home and has now picked up their second win for the season also with a 1-0 win as TS Galaxy was on the losing end this time. In AmaZulu's 7 matches played for the season to date, they only lost to Mamelodi Sundowns and drew 4 matches and won 2.
AmaZulu was on the bottom end of the log not so long ago, and after a few draws, a previous win and their latest win in the Dstv Premiership after Luvuyo Mamela scored in the 56th minute of the match for a 1-0 win against TS Galaxy they are now in the 6th place spot sitting well above Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs who was above them before the match started against Galaxy.
AmaZulu FC is now in the 6th place spot with 10 points after 7 matches played, with Golden Arrows now below them in the 7th place spot on 10 points after 7 matches, Orlando Pirates in 8th place with 9 points after 6 matches played and Kaizer Chiefs in the 9th place spot with 9 points after 7 matches played. Orlando Pirates has played only 6 matches which means they have a match in hand and could go past AmaZulu FC if they win their next fixture.
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