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Sweet 16: Siyabonga Mabena makes history with DStv Premiership goal for Mamelodi Sundowns
- Siyabonga Mabena scored his first goal in the colours of Mamelodi Sundowns against Stellenbosch
- 16-year-old Mabena made history when he became the youngest player to score for The Brazilians
- Peter Shalulile unselfishly set up Mabena as the youngster scored Sundowns' third goal of the night
While youngsters like Jude Bellingham and Lamine Yamal are making headlines with their performances week in and week out, South Africa’s young talent should not be forgotten either.
16-year-old Siyabonga Mabena proved that Mzansi also has talented youngsters, as he made history for Mamelodi Sundowns.
The attacker made club history as he became the youngest player to score for the Brazilians in a Premier Soccer League game.
Mabena grabbed the third goal of the game as The Brazilians came from behind to beat Stellenbosch FC. Mabena netted in the 90th minute of the game after brilliant work by Peter Shalulile.
Stellies took the lead in the 14th minute of the game through Devin Titus, but Masandawana fought back and already had a lead by halftime.
They then wrapped up the win with Mabena's goal in the 90th minute of the game.
The goal capped off a record-breaking evening for the side as they set a new milestone for the longest unbeaten run in the PSL. The previous record was held by Kaizer Chiefs.
Mamelodi Sundowns make PSL history
Mamelodi Sundowns have set a new record in the history of the Premier League.
The reigning DStv Premiership champions came from behind to beat Stellenbosch FC and set a new record.
With their victory over Stellies, The Brazilians made it 32 games in the league without defeat, ending Kaizer Chiefs’ long-standing record, Sports Brief reported.
13-year-old makes Banyana debut
There was a silver lining to Banyana Banyana’s recent stand-off against the South African Football Association.
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SAFA replaced the national team with a makeshift side to take on Botswana after the original team threatened to boycott the fixture.
As a result, 13-year-old Anele Mzobe made her debut for the team, making history in the process, Sports Brief report.