CAF League – Mamelodi Sundowns destroyed Côte d’Or

CAF Champions League – Mamelodi Sundowns destroy Côte d’Or

The CAF Champions League provided an interesting match to watch this weekend. Did you know that Mamelodi Sundowns beat Côte d’Or? Sundowns have qualified for the group stage of the competition. And after they destroyed the opponent. Pitso Mosimane made four changes.

Goalie Kennedy Mweene replaced Reyaad Pieterse. Thapelo Morena, Themba Zwane and Gaston Sirino came into the game as part of the standard lineup. Sundowns directed the course of the game at the beginning of the match in the ninth minute. They scored a goal early in the game thanks to Zane.

The home team managed to find a lot of space in the last third and scored the second goal. Sirino doubled their lead in the 19th minute before Sibusiso Vilakazi increased the lead two minutes later. Despite the big advantage, the Mamelodi Sundowns didn’t slow down the pace, so they did the hat trick five minutes before the end of the first half. After the first half, the CAF Champions League Sundowns had six goals advantage. It will be interesting to see other results on Soccer 10.

CAF Champions League – Highlights

In the second half, the Sundowns continued aggressively so Motjeka Madish scored the seventh goal just two minutes after the break. He managed to score a goal with a powerful shot inside the goal frame. Anele Ngcongca scored the eighth goal after passing the Côte d’Or defense without a problem.

Mamelodi Sundowns vs Côte d’Or – Highlights

Mauricio Affonso scored the first goal for his club. He scored a goal just two minutes after he entered the game. It was the last goal to put the Mamelods first in the CAF Champions League. The match eventually ended with a score of 11: 1, or 16: 1 in the grand total. Replacements at the match were Coetzee, Mahlambi, Ngcongca, Affonso, Lebusa, Langerman, Pieterse. Otherwise, the Sundowns played Vilakazi, Sirino, Mkhulise, Zwane, Jali, Manyisa, Morena, Lakay, Arendse, Madisha, Mweene.

The match was played on 27th of September 2019 at Lucas Moripe Stadium. The stadium can accommodate up to 28,900 spectators. It is located in the Pretoria suburb of Atteridgeville. It has been used most recently for football matches and serves as a home stadium for clubs such as Sundowns and Supersport United. Besides Premier Soccer League and PSL results, it would be interesting to track CAF Champions League.