Belouizdad hosted Mamelodi Sundowns in the CAF Champions league and suffered a high 5-1 defeat against the PSL leaders.
Belouizdad played their latest fixture in the CAF Champions league group stages against Mamelodi Sundowns and suffered an unfortunate 5-1 high loss against the away side. Mamelodi Sundowns impressed with 4 stunning second half goals after a 1-1 first half draw. Themba Zwane and Amir Saayoud were the only ones to score in the first half of the match, but the second half of the match turned in favour of Mamelodi Sundowns as Themba Zwane added another goal to his score and Peter Shalulile, Lebohang Maboe and Kermit Erasmus also got their names on the score sheet. Mamelodi Sundowns won the match 5-1 in the end as they remain in top of the group with 6 points in top after two matches played.
Themba Zwane opened the scoring in the match as Sundowns took the 1-0 lead when Zwane found the back of the net in the 5th minute. Amir Saayoud equalised when he scored his goal in the 44th minute of the match as the score levelled at 1-1. Peter Shalulile scored Sundowns in the lead when he found the back of the net in the 48th minute to lead at 2-1. Themba Zwane scored his second goal in the 55th minute as the lead extends to 3-1. Sundowns managed to score again when Lebohang Maboe scored in the 75th minute to lead at 4-1. Kermit Erasmus managed to get his name on the score sheet when he scored in the 89th minute to lead at 5-1. Mamelodi Sundowns won the match 5-1 in the end as Belouizdad suffered an embarrassing defeat at home.
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