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PSL: After Mamelodi Sundown Beat Orlando Pirates 2-0, See Who Is Currently Leading The Table

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Today's matches were very sensational and entertaining as clubs and players amazed the fans with solid performances. The players resumed matches with a big determination and fought for the league title. In the South African Premier Soccer League (PSL), some top clubs clashed with each other, and the result was mesmerizing. The likes of Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundowns, Supersport, Amazulu, and others were all in action today.

Orlando Pirates faced a very tough opponent, Mamelodi Sundowns, and performed badly by losing 2 goals to nil. The team under performed to the expectation of their fans by allowing their tight opponent to thrash them at home. Here is a screenshot of the current PSL table.

Mamelodi Sundowns is currently relaxing at the top of the table with 13 points in 5 matches, while Stellenbosch and Supersport sit at 2&3 positions respectively with 11 & 9 points each. Kaizer Chiefs is definitely having a bad season as they are currently sitting at 14th position with only 4 points in 4 matches. TS Galaxy and Marumo Gallants are battling on the relegation table with only 2 & 1 point respectively.

Things you should know after the match week 5.

Orlando Pirates need to take quick action before their next matches, or they could drop points. Mamelodi Sundowns may retain the title if they continue going with this performance. The team is strong enough to defeat any other opponents in the league.

SuperSport could be a dark horse this season and fight for the title. The team is well-built and formed to battle any other opponents this season.Photo Credit: Google.

Which team do you think could win the title apart from Mamelodi Sundowns? Drop your thought in the comment box and don't forget to follow me for more updates. Thanks for reading and supporting FutureSA.

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