Sundowns have continued their dominance in the DStv Premiership after beating the pirates 0-2 in the Orlando Stadium.
Sundowns plated the Orlando pirates very well, they dominated most of the possession in the match. Erasmus and Kutumela were very dangerous to the pirates from the beginning of the match. Sundowns nearly got a goal 30 minutes into the match but it was saved by Denis Onyango.
Some minutes after entering for the second half, P. Shalulile scored a goal after Kutumela picked him and gave him a past where he found the back of the net in 54 minutes.
In the last 30 minutes of the match, Sundowns then changed two players, Erasmus and Themba Zwane who were replaced by Haashim Domingo and Pavol Safranko.
Sundowns added another goal in the 72nd minutes of the match. P. Shalulile was the one who scored the second goal again after Lyle Lakay gave him a long pass.
The match was indeed interesting. The Sundowns have again taken down the Orlando Pirates.
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