After beating Amakhosi 3-0, the Brazilians got back on track and moved to the top of the PSL log table.
After losing their first game, the defending champions beat Amakhosi and got all three points.
After match day three, Sundowns have six points and are now on top of the table.
The club has the same number of points as Royal AM, which lost to Stellenbosch FC this afternoon and lost a point.
After the Kwazulu Natal side, Sundowns are the second team this season to get six points.
Chiefs made a big mistake in the back, which gave Downs the lead early in the game. Gaston Sirino didn't make any mistakes and took advantage of the mistake.
This happened after Kwinika passed the ball to Siyabonga Ngezana, who then tried to pass it to his goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma. Instead, the ball went to Sirino, and the Uruguayan scored the first goal in the seventh minute.
Peter Shalulile scored a penalty for the home team after Ngezana brought down a player in the box. This made the home team's lead even bigger.
In the 17th minute, Shalulile put away the penalty.
At the halftime break, the Brazilians were ahead by two goals.
Amakhosi went into the second half needing just one goal to get back into the game.
The visitors started the second half strong, but their lead didn't last long.
In the 53rd minute, Peter Shalulile scored his second goal, giving his team a big lead going into the second half.
After a few minutes, Amakhosi got a penalty when Sekgotla, who came on in the second half, was brought down in the box.
But Ronwen Williams stopped Khama Billiat's penalty.
Nassir scored the fourth goal for Sundowns, making the score 4-0. Sundowns won the game by a huge margin.
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