Mamelodi Sundowns getting closer to the Chiefs in the Absa Premiership 2020

Will Mamelodi Sundowns Win Absa Premiership 2020 Title? After the game against Bloemfontein Celtic, they are getting closer to winning the title. Thanks to a 2-1 win against Celtic Sundowns have four points more. Coach Pitso Mosimane decided to go in the match with the same players.

Goalkeeper Denis Onyango recovered from a knee injury and was able to join his team. Coach Bloemfontein Celtic has made some changes. In the match against Sundowns, played Mpusana Tani, Tebogo Potsane, Lucky Baloyi, Mzwanele Mahashe. In the first 12 minutes, Sibusiso Vilakazi had two chances to score. But his first attempt was thwarted by Jackson Mabokgwane.

But Vilakazi eventually managed to score in the 15th minute with a shot into the back of the post. The Celtic team continued to play, hoping to score and equalize. In the end, they succeeded after half an hour as Ndumiso Mabena headed towards the goal of the opposing team. Mamelodi Sundowns had another chance to score in the first half. But Mabokgwane managed to prevent Zwane from scoring.

At the beginning of the second half, Celtic had a great opportunity to take a 2-1 lead, but the Sundowns team was faster. Just ten minutes into the half, Hlompho Kekana managed to score. Mabokgwane couldn’t prevent the ball from ending in his goal. Celtic had a few more tries below, but without success.


Absa Premiership 2020: Mamelodi Sundowns vs Bloemfontein Celtic

Lebohang Maboe missed a goal 64 minutes into the match to give Sundowns the lead. But the ball eventually went over the goal. The coach let Justice Chabalala play after the injury of Wandisile Letlabika. Lyle Lakay almost scored the third goal for Pitso Mosimane.

Pitso Mosimane’s team managed to keep the result until the end of the game and get closer to Kaizer Chiefs on the PSL table. With the ever-improving psl results latest, it will be interesting to see what the supabets odds will be for Mamelodi. For Mamelodi, played Maboe, Vilakazi, Sirino, Kekana, Zwane, Jali. Also Madisha, Nascimento, Lebusa, Lukhubeni, Onyango. For Celtic played Ngobeni, Maema, Tani, Masuku, Potsane, Mabena. Also Baloyi, Mahashe, Mashikinya, Letlabika, Mabokgwane.