PIETERMARITZBURG : TS Galaxy woes in the DStv Premiership continued on Saturday when they suffered yet another defeat.
Coming to into the game at the back of four losses in a row, The Rockets arrived in Pietermaritzburg looking to end that run but the home side had other plans.
The away side started the game brightly, looking the more lively of the two sides and creating chances but failing to convert them.
The first chance of the match fell to Mbujana, whose deflected strike was almost turned into the net by Maritzburg United goalkeeper was on hand to save it.
Tragedy struck for Galaxy as Aubaas scored and unfortunate own goal to give the home side the lead in the 46th minute of the second half.
The result meant that Dead Ramovic remains winless, without and goal and without a point since his arrival at the club.
His first encounter at the club also ended in a defeat at the hands of AmaZulu at home at the Mbombela Stadium last Wednesday.
Galaxy remain bottom of the standings with just two points from eight games.
What is more alarming is that Galaxy have scored just two goals in their last five games, and have only managed to find the back of the net four times so far this season.
They have conceded 13 goals in 8 games, only Lamontville Golden Arrows have conceded more.
For Maritzburg, the victory at the Harry Gwala Stadium was an important one as it pushed the Team of Choice to the top 8 bracket
Ernst Middendorp side are now on position 8 and have accumulated 10 points from eight games.
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