Mamelodi Sundowns has gone five points clear on top of the Premier Soccer League log table.
The Brazilians have safely secured their top spot in the log table following their victory against Orlando Pirates by 2-0 at Orlando Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The game started on a slow pace as both side failed to break into each other's defence.
The ball possession favored the visitors as they looked more relaxed on the ball.
Both sides had good opportunities in the early minutes of the first half but no team managed to score.
Pirates had the best chances in the first half as they played on Sundowns' half mostly.
Few minutes before halftime Peter Shalulile found the back of the net for the visitors, however his goal was ruled out for offside.
The game entered the halftime on goalless draw.
Sundowns came back strong in the second half and caught the defence of Pirates sleeping and Peter Shalulile found the back of the net through Thabiso Kutumela's cross.
Shalulile extended the lead of the visitors by two goals in the 74 minutes.
Pirates failed to come back and the game ended with 2-0 in favour of Sundowns.
The club is still at the summit of the log table by 13 points and are now five points clear on top.
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