The Premier Soccer League had a two entertaining matches that was played and televised live on the official PSL broadcaster, Supersport PSL TV (DStv Channel 202). Both PSL encounters had goals and action for football fans that support the four participating teams in today's encounters. Chippa United visited TS Galaxy in Mpumalanga and the visitors didn't have a lovely afternoon. Mngomezulu, Ndwandwe, Lekay made sure that TS Galaxy walked away with all three points, while Evanga pulled one back for Chippa United. Cape Town City FC were ready for action after no show from Kaizer Chiefs in their last league match. The Cape side took the driving seat with goals from Mdantsane, Lakay and Morris, but Skelem and Hlongwane scored for Maritzburg United at the DHL Stadium. Image credit: goal.com
TS Galaxy moved 2 places above Chippa United after their impressive win in today's encounter in Mpumalanga and the Rockets have accumulated 12 points in the league this season. The Chilli boys have played 13 league matches, but they could only manage mere 10 points. Cape Town City FC trashed the Team of Choice to send themselves to position 10 in the league this season, but the Pietermaritzburg side sit just one place below them in position 11 with 14 points to their name. Image credit: Google
Alternative Source: goal.com/table
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