Mamelodi Sundowns dominance looks set to continue after the Pretoria based giants made light work of Orlando Pirates in the Nedbank Cup on Thursday, 15 April.
Masandawana got the better of the Buccaneers and walked away victorious after scoring 4 well taken goals against the on-form Soweto side.
Anyone who watched the match can agree with me that the Brazilians were just too good for the Bucs. Sundowns dominated play and controlled the game from the first whistle.
The likes of Rivaldo Coetzee, Sphelele Mkhulise and Themba Zwane ran the show in midfield.
The trio combined well in midfield and were just superior to their Sea Robbers counterparts.
Upfront, Lebogang Maboe and Shalulile troubled the Pirates defence with their runs, pace and work rate. Despite scoring 4 goals, Sundowns could have easily scored more.
In defence, the Brazilians dealt with the Buccaneers attack with ease and were never really threatened except on a few occasions.
After dominating the local league for the past few years, Sundowns look set to continue their dominance after putting the Sea Robbers to the sword.
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