The Premier Soccer League was back in action and it was an entertaining day for some local football action. Royal AM FC went to Polokwane to challenge Marumo Gallants. The two teams were unable to open their scoring accounts in the first half at the New Peter Mokaba Stadium. The match came to light in the second half when the Marumo opened their account after Ndlondlo took a tammed shot at the Royal AM keeper to the find the back of the net. Marumo doubled their lead when second half substitute Letsie Koapeng took a brillaint shot at the keeper, but Royal AM reduced the deficit when the referee gave them a penalty. Image credit: goal.com
The newly branded PSL side were unable to walk away with a victory over Royal AM after the visitors scored in the last dying minutes on a Tuesday afternoon and move to 15th spot on the PSL Log Standings after 6 games. Royal AM moved on 3rd spot after 7 games and they secured their first draw after 4 straight wins during this campaign. Image credit: goal.com
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