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Mamelodi Sundowns v Free State Stars 07


Absa Premiership

Half the time: Mamelodi Sundowns 3-1 Free State Stars

Date: November 6, 2018

Place: Loftus Versfeld stadium

Mamelodi Sundowns won the 3-1 lead after a break on Free State Stars during the Absy Premiership match.

The stars came out on the pitch, and Judas Moseamedi first scored after finding a place on the side to score accurately during the earlier minutes.

Still winning the house this season, Sundowns opened it when Jeremy Brockie remained in an unidentified position after he avoided the two players to set off for a few minutes later.

The New Zealander made no mistakes in the 11th minute when he scored for Patrick Phungwayo for the first time.

Returning to the composition after a long absence, Aubrey Ngoma made his presence count when he scored after a duel with Bangala Keita.

Gaston Sirino scored his second goal despite bad efforts by Badra Ali Sangare to stop him from finding the second corner in 25 minutes.

The Uruguayan finished his double after he made a diagonal run when he regained possession to find the second bend, out of reach of Sangare after two minutes.

No one knows why, Ea Lla Koto withdrew the goal when Harris Tchilimbou hit the nearest post after a break caused by Moseamedi after 36 minutes.

After an incomprehensible period Luc Eymael introduced the change from the bench and introduced Maboke Matlakala to Cesair Gandze just before the break.

After half a time, Lyle Lakay found himself in a box after joining Ngomi, then forced Sangare to reflex with his finger.

Here's how they lined up:

sundowns: 31. Pieterse, 27. Morena, 32. Madisha, 2. Lebus, 23. Lakay, 5. Jali, 8. Kekana, 30. Maboe, 11. Ngoma, 26. Sirino, 22. Brockie.

Subs: 1. Mweene, 13. Mabunda, 20. Ngongca, 7. Meza, 6. Arendse, 34. Mahlambi, 18. Called.

Stars: 23. Sangare, 2. Mobbie, 4. Makhaula, 28. Mahamutsa, 21. Phungwayo, 8. Gandze, 22. Keita, 26. Dlamini, 11. Jantjie, 27. Tchilimbou, 6. Moseamedi.

Subs: 30. Mbambo, 12. Matlakala, 13. Masina, 17. Tema, 19. Jappie, 20. Mbhele, 25. Maruping.

HT Report: Chiefs 1-0 Leopards


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