19.10.2020 01:50 pm
Mamelodi Sundowns were the biggest casualty in the first round of the MTN8 this past weekend.
The Brazilians went down 1-0 at home to Bloemfontein Celtic as Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates march on to the semifinals.
Sunday’s match against Bloemfontein Celtic is Sundowns’ first under new head coaching duo Rulani Mowekna and Manqoba Ngqithi
The Zimbabwean striker finds the back of the net in the first half as Pirates move into the last four of the MTN8 with a 1-0 win over Cape Town City.
A strike from debutant Terrence Dzvukumanja is enough to see the Buccaneers into the last four, as City have Fagrie Lakay sent off for a poor tackle.
The Limpopo side, in their first game of the 2020/21 season, were only able to put out three substitutes as they lost 3-2 to SuperSport at Thohoyandou Stadium.
Matsatsantsa looked to be cruising at 3-0 up, but Mogakolodi Ngele’s double and a spirited second half display almost got the Limpopo side back into a thrilling opening to the 2020/21 season.
Joel Masutha is forced to name only a substitute goalkeeper and two outfield players on the bench against SuperSport as TTM fail to get players registered in time for Saturday’s game.
Who rules the roost at Sundowns? Will Khune get an extended run in the Chiefs team? Jonty Mark gives his views ahead of this weekend’s MTN8 quarterfinals.
The Buccaneers are set to face the Citizens in the first round of the MTN8 at the Orlando Stadium on Saturday.
Erasmus signed a deal with Mamelodi Sundowns and departed for Chloorkop last month.
Maritzburg United coach Eric Tinker is expecting a fired up Kaizer Chiefs when the sides meet in the MTN8 match on Sunday.
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has confirmed the 2020/21 MTN8 quarterfinal fixtures, dates and kick-off times.
The season might still be suspended, but over the 2019/20 season we have seen some sterling performances from defenders. As we still wait to hear when football will resume in the country, Tshepo Ntsoelengoe looks back to see the five that have stood above the rest.
The mayor of Liverpool fears restarting the Premier League could lead to the “farcical” situation of fans congregating in large groups outside Anfield despite the coronavirus crisis.
Gabuza shocked many when he told his teammates and coach that he had missed the funeral of his son in order to prepare for last Saturday’s MTN8 final against Highlands Park.