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Sundowns Sink Leaky. Disjointed Amakhosi

Even with three focal safeguards, average guarding still sank Kaizer Chiefs as a savvy Mamelodi Sundowns outsmarted them 2-0 at Loftus Versfeld yesterday. 

Award Kekana and Peter Shalulile scored to motivate Sundowns to triumph. Substitute Lebogang Manyama missed a punishment that would have given Amakhosi some comfort. Official Luxolo Badi granted Chiefs the spot-kick after Rivaldo Coetzee took care of the ball inside the case. 

With an uncommon development of three focal safeguards in Daniel Cardoso, Eric Mathoho and Austin Dube, the guests actually battled to clear their lines appropriately, making various student blunders at the back. 

Dusks' purpose to go hard and fast reflected in their line-up as practically the entirety of their fundamental aggressors in Gaston Sirino, Themba Zwane, Kermit Erasmus and Shalulile began the match. 

Regardless of the absence of innovativeness and smoothness, Chiefs mentor Stuart Baxter saw no compelling reason to make changes until Sundowns multiplied their lead by means of Shalulile three minutes post the hour mark. 

Chiefs' first replacement came five minutes after Sundowns' subsequent objective. To exacerbate the situation, left-back Sibusiso Mabiliso, who was appearing, supplanted Dube. Nightfalls boxed shrewdly after Shalulile's objective, thumping the ball around to unwind the clock. 

Bosses' guarded delicacy was uncovered as right on time as the seventh moment when Kekana outjumped everybody to gesture home from a splendid Lyle Lakay free-kick. Kekana was behind Dube, who watched out of his profundity, when he scored, and the Amakhosi focus back might have effectively contained him. One would likewise contend that goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma should take a decent amount of fault for the objective. 

While Sundowns were better in ball maintenance and box passages, Chiefs played in patches in the principal half. Keagan Dolly attempted to make Chiefs tick yet his colleagues didn't do what's needed to help him. 

Dusks' strength was additionally supported by winning the midfield fight, where Andile Jali and Coetzee surpassed Cole Alexander and Phathutshedzo Nange. The Chiefs midfield pair wasn't right at home, neglecting to separate the Brazilians' assault and adding o added no worth when Chiefs were assaulting.

Source : SowetanLive

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