DStv Premiership Match Report: Chippa United Sunk by Mamelodi Sundowns' Peter Shalulile Dagger

DStv Premiership Match Report: Chippa United Sunk by Mamelodi Sundowns' Peter Shalulile Dagger

  • Mamelodi Sundowns defeated a resilient Chippa United 1-0 most dramatically at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Gqeberha
  • Assassin Peter Shalulile struck a 91st-minute winner after Bafana Ba Style struggled to break down the Chilli Boys
  • The victory ensured that the defending champions went to the top of the DStv Premiership table for the first time all season

The result proved just how cruel the game of football can be.

However, on the balance of play, Sundowns deserved something out of the match.

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Mamelodi Sundowns stole all three points from Chippa United cruelly through Peter Shalulile. Image source: UnplayableZA.
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However, Shalulile's Namibian compatriot Lloyd Kazupua, who was named man-of-the-match, was in near-unbeatable form between the sticks for the hosts against their relentless hosts.

Chippa remains at the foot of the table, with Daine Klate's men having only collected five points from their seven matches. Considering Chippa Mpengensi's trigger-happy reputation, it might be that Klaite is closer to the exit than already feared before the match.

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Chippa United: Kazapua, Mdunyelwa, Banda, Pietersen, Poggenpoel, Matrose, Mkhize, Pfumbidzai, Mathiane, Ighodaro, Mqokozo

Subs: Chaine, Abrahams, Mbenyane, Appollis, Chabalala, September, Lebitso, Kammies, Luthuli.

Mamelodi Sundowns: Williams, Mudau, Modiba, De Reuck, Mvala, Jali, Mokoena, Maema, Zwane, Allende, Shalulile.

Subs: Mweene, Morena, Mailula, Lakay, Kapinga, Saavedra, Ralani, Kekana, Mbule

Kaizer Chiefs leads Carling Black Label Cup votes tally

The Carling Black Label Cup was launched in a glittering event at the FNB Stadium in Soweto on Tuesday.

The one-day event will take place on 12 November 2022 at the FNB Stadium, Johannesburg, Sports Brief reported. This year’s edition will see all 16 PSL teams participate in the voting with the four most voted teams being involved in the one-day tournament.

Premier Soccer League chairman Irvin Khoza confirmed the return of the Carling Black Label Cup at the end of July. However, the tournament's format will change, with four teams competing. Fans can vote for these four teams from the pool of 16 in the DStv Premiership. The final four will get R2 million each, with the winner receiving an extra R2 million. Of this amount, R500 000 will go to a fan, with another R500 000 donated to a charity of their choice./

Source: Sports Brief News