Premier Soccer League games Countinued today as we saw two games that were not many goals in it. They were not many shot on target in today's game lot of the ball was on the middle of the field. Today Results shows that strikers are struggling to score goals in the Premier Soccer League.
Orlando Pirates 0 - 0 Stellenbosch fc
Orlando Pirates failed to score a goal in this game as Stellanbosch fc was difficult to break ,at the back as they were playing a defensive football. Stellenbosch FC is still in the relegation battle as they want to run away from the relegation zone but is difficult for them to do so.
Amazulu 0 - 1 Baroka fc
Baroka fc is the only team in today's games that Scored a goal, and that goal is was a match winner. This destroy the league race that it was about to happen between Amazulu and Mamelodi Sundowns. This is not a great results for Amazulu but better results for Baroka fc as they have an opportunity to get into the top three.
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