How will Mamelodi Sundowns play against Cote d’Or FC

Mamelodi Sundowns

Mamelodi Sundowns are ready to show once again how strong the team is and can score more goals in a single game. Coach Pitso Mosimane has decided to put together a team that will show dislike for the opposing team. As the Sundowns have a five-goal margin, they are expected to be successful again.

The 2016 African Champions showed no mercy in the match against Cote d’Or, thanks largely to players like Wayne Arendse, Siphelele Mkhulise, Lyle Lakay, and Tiyani Mabunda. Before the start of the second round, Coach Mosimane stated that he intended to start with the best lineup. But is still unsure of what to do because his team needs a lot of confidence to score many goals.

Sundowns should advance to the group stage of the competition unless a team from the Island performs a miracle. If Mamelodi wins, this will be their fifth victory during the group stage of the competition. In the first game in the Seychelles Andile Jail didn’t appear. Mosimane said Andile would get a chance in the next games. Mauricio Affonso is expected to return soon. Mauricio has been away for some time due to an ankle injury. He got injured after signing for a new club. Coach thinks Affonso will be back at the right time. You will know more with Soccer 10.

Mamelodi Sundowns vs Cote d’Or FC

The first match between Cote d’Or FC and Mamelodi Sundowns ended in a convincing victory for Sundowns. The Mamelodi won 5-0. Cote d’Or FC is a football club in Praslin, Seychelles. He is currently competing in the Seychelles League and in 2013 they won the Seychelles League.

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Seychelles First Division or Barclays First Division is the upper division of the football association. It exists since 1979. The SFF or Seychelles Football Federation is the governing body in Seychelles. It was founded in 1980, and six years later two other organizations joined, CAF and FIFA.

In the first game in Seychelles, the guests felt pressure from the start, with Sibusiso Vilakazi and Promise Mkhulise creating problems towards the end of the match in the final third. There was enough time for the fourth goal when Mabunda made a nice run with the ball in the 74th minute. In just six minutes of playing Arendse managed to impose himself. The Sundowns central defender found the bottom corner and scored the goal for the final score 5-0. We can’t wait to see the next PSL results for Mamelodi.