Source: soccerladuma.com, DSTV Premiership, Kickoff.comas the PSL Champions Where Playing Their 7th DSTV Premiership Match Yesterday, A Win was something Much Needed.
And As A Result Of A Buetiful Assist By Player Neo Maema To Star Player peter Shalulile a Late Minute Goal was Scored By The Mamelodi sundowns Team.
To Which The Mamelodi Sundowns Coach Rhulani was Seen Celebrating after The Goal That Surely Gave Them The Lead and Confirmation That The team Had Gotten Their Win.
This Of Course Very Much Made the Mamelodi Sundowns Team Keep Their 1st Position as The DSTV Premiership 2021 Season, Meaning as Defending Champions They Are Leading The League.
The Picture In Question Very Much Shows how the Mamelodi Sundowns Coach Rulani Mokoena was Seen Happy And At the same time Celebrating The Goals That meant The Team had Won The match.
For Meama(man of the Match) and Shalulile Who displaced A Wonderful Performance For The Team, Coach Rulani Also claimed and Revealed How He was Impressed by The Players.
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