With a big win, Royal AM moves to the top of the list.
Chippa United is beaten by Royal AM 3 to 1.
Wednesday night at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Royal AM beat Chippa United by a score of 3-1 to keep their winning streak going.
After Mxolisi Macuphu passed the ball back to De Jong in the box, he scored the visitors' first goal of the season at the half-hour mark.
Just before halftime, the New Zealand forward scored a header from a set piece in the area to give Royal AM a two-goal lead.
In the last 30 minutes, Diego Appollis scored for Daine Klate's team, but Ruzaigh Gamildien scored for Thwihli Thwahla a minute later, giving them a two-goal lead again.
The score is 1-0 for Sekhukhune United.
Wednesday night at the Peter Mokaba Stadium, Sekhukhune United beat Golden Arrows by a score of 1-0 to get their first win of the year.
Sekhukhune only made one change, putting Tshegofatso Mabasa and Victor Letsoalo up front. Tashreeq Morris made his debut with Tshegofatso Mabasa and Victor Letsoalo. Divine Lunga made his debut for Arrows, which was his second time at the club.
At the end of the first half, Letsoalo set up Morris in the box for a goal that put Babina Noko ahead.
AmaZulu beats SuperSport United by a score of 2-1.
Abafana Bes'thende couldn't get back on track, and Tembo Charges held on for their first win of the year while Arrows lost for the second time in a row.
AmaZulu beat SuperSport United 2-1 on Wednesday night. It was their first win of the DStv Premiership season, and they did it by coming from behind.
Rally Bwalya, who was making his first appearance, Sphesihle Maduna, Sbusiso Magaqa, and Augustine Kwem were all called up by the home team. The goalkeepers for the United team were Baolefa Pule and Thabang Sibanyoni.
Sibanyoni should have gotten off to a good start when he headed a cross from the right side of the field right into the middle of the goal, but instead he headed high and wide. A few minutes later, though, he got Veli Mothwa to make a great save.
Just before the half-hour mark, the forward took a first-time shot that the goalkeeper had to tip over. This made the game between Sibanyoni and Mothwa last longer.
Ten minutes into the second half, Matsatsantsa didn't slow down. Thapelo Maseko's low, fast free kick caught Mothwa off guard and gave Matsatsantsa the lead.
After a few minutes, the home team made a comeback from the bench by switching Maduna for Gabadinho Mhango and Magaqa for Bonginkosi Ntuli. The move worked right away, as the former star player for Orlando Pirates poked in the equalizer from close range.
Before Ntuli got on the end of a cross and headed it into the corner for the three points in the last ten minutes, Usuthu took the lead with a one-touch pass.
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