Sundowns' midweek 1-0 loss puts them in a new position atop the PSL log table.
The midweek games in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) saw significant shifts in the log table.
This week's midweek saw the resumption of the DStv Premiership for match day two, with games taking place between Tuesday, August 9, and Wednesday, August 10.
All of this week's games have had significant effects on the log table.
After Wednesday night's victory over Chippa United, the KwaZulu Natal club Royal AM ascended to the top of the log table.
Just two games into the season, and RAM already have six points as the only team to have a perfect record.
The club jumped to first place on Tuesday after playing to a draw, pushing Richards Bay down to second.
The debuting DStv Premiership squad has continued its strong play.
After beating Supersport United 2-1 on Wednesday night at Moses Mabhida Stadium, Amazulu FC climbed to third position.
Usuthu have earned four points from two games after starting with a draw on the weekend.
Orlando Pirates' Wednesday night away tie with Stellenbosch kept them in fourth place in the table.
After a win over the struggling Golden Arrows on Wednesday night, Sekhukhune United climbed one spot to fifth.
In a huge upset, TS Galaxy defeated Mamelodi Sundowns, the reigning champions of the DStv Premiership, and advanced to sixth place in the league.
After two games, the Rockets have amassed four points, matching the current total.
As a result of their victory over Maritzburg United on Tuesday, Kaizer Chiefs dropped from second to seventh place in the standings.
With Wednesday's loss to Galaxy, Sundowns dropped from sixth to ninth position.
This coming weekend sees the return of match day three, with even more games scheduled.
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