Two games were played on Tuesday 19 October in the Premier Soccer League and football fans were able to witness a day filled with incredible goals and mouthwatering ball action. Amazulu FC went to Nelspruit to battle it out with TS Galaxy FC for all three points that was at steak. Royal AM FC also visited Marumo Gallants in an early encounter. Image credit: goal.com
Royal AM were able to move to third spot on the PSL log standings after they secured a late draw against Marumo Gallants. The KZN side stay unbeaten in their last five games in the league this season and Marumo Gallants haven't won a game in the 2021/22 season. Amazulu walked away with all three points and moved to 6th position on the PSL log standings. TS Galaxy FC remain at the bottom of the table without a win after 7 games and they have only managed 2 points in the league this season. Image credit: goal.com
The action continues on Wednesday 20 October, the reigning league champions and log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns visit Golden Arrows at the Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium in Clermont Township, KZN. Orlando Pirates play Martizburg United in the late PSL encounter at the Harry Gwala stadium in Pietermaritzburg, KZN. Both PSL encounters will be televised on the official PSL broadcaster, Supersport PSL(DStv Channel 202) at their respective times. Image credit: goal.com
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