Mamelodi Sundowns open the gap at the top of the Premiere Soccer League (PSL) log table.
The Brazilian are now four points clear on top of the log table following a 3-0 victory against Swallows FC on Sunday evening.
The game started on a high note as Sundowns pushed for an opener in the early minutes of the game.
Safranko found the opener for Sundowns halfway to the halftime.
In the 39th minutes, six minutes before halftime Sundowns senior Coach Steve Komphela was sent off after receiving two yellow cards in quick succession.
Sundowns entered the halftime leading by a single goal.
Eleven minutes before full time, 79th minute Sundowns doubled the lead through Maema.
Ten minutes later Peter Shalulile put the final nail to the coffin and scored a third goal for Downs.
Sundowns are now on sixteen points with six games played so far this season.
The DStv premiership will return after two weeks when the FIFA break is over.
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