Mamelodi Sundowns were in action in the Premier Soccer League today, 8 December and they put their continental commitments on hold to focus on domestic duties as they looked to stretch their lead at the top of the PSL log table. Royal AM traveled all the way to Pretoria to challenge Mamelodi Sundowns at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium. The Pretoria boys took an early lead through a brilliant volley from striker Thabiso Kutumela and the home side went into half-time in the driving seat. The PSL top goalscorer Peter Shalulile buried the visitors in the second hlaf with a brace and send his side cruising with an comfortable lead. Royal AM mamaged to pull two back in the last 10 minutes of the PSL encounter. Image credit: goal.com
Sundowns won the match against Royal AM and they walked awy with all three points on offer. Mamelodi Sundowns have managed to stretch their lead at the top of the Premier Soccer League log standings with 8 points from the number two side and they have managed to accumulate an impressive 31 points from 13 league games. Roya AM failed to claim all three points against Sundowns and they have managed to stay in position three in the meantime after 13 league games. Royal AM have the same number of points with Kaizer Chiefs, but they are separated only by goal difference on the PSL log standings. Image credit: Google
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