Mamelodi Sundowns celebrated their 50th Anniversary on Saturday night in Santon with some big names making their presence in the event.
Here are some of the pictures from the event :
The event took place in Sandton, Johannesburg and was attended by high profile guests to celebrate 50 years of Masandawana.
The event was also attended by former Barcelona and Inter Milan star Striker Samuel Eto'o.
Former Liverpool and Blackburn Rovers Senegalese Striker El Hadji Diouf was also in attendance at the event. He said that Mamelodi Sundowns is one of the biggest clubs in the world.
El Hadji Diouf took time to pose for a picture with South African legendary coach Gordon Igesund who also attended the event.
Tiyani "suga" Mabunda looked elegant in a stylish suit in attendance of the anniversary.
The trophies Downs have won over recent years were also on display at the event. This showed how successful the club is.
Lyle lakay and Peter Shalulile posed for a picture alongside Diouf who is a football idol to many of the players playing today.
Miss South Africa Shudufhadzo Mosia was also present in the event.
El Hadji Diouf and former Mamelodi Sundowns player Siaka Tiene posed with their international shirts alongside president Patrice Motsepe.
It is however unfortunate that after a great night of celebrations, Sundowns were dealt with a heavy blow after learning that their defender Motjeka Madisha had died in a car accident.
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