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June 21, 2024

Denis Onyango and Mamelodi Sundowns win Historic Seventh Consecutive Title

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Denis Onyango and Mamelodi Sundowns win Historic Seventh Consecutive Title

Mamelodi Sundowns secured their seventh consecutive league title, cementing their dominance in South African football. The triumph was sealed despite a dramatic twist as Cape Town City handed Sundowns their first defeat of the season, ending their remarkable unbeaten streak.

The Sundowns’ journey to their seventh straight title was marked by tactical brilliance, cohesive team play, and standout performances from key players. Known for their aggressive attacking style and solid defense, the team has been nearly invincible, showcasing why they are considered the giants of South African football.

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Throughout the season, Sundowns demonstrated unmatched consistency, often outclassing their opponents with both flair and discipline. Their offensive prowess, led by striker Peter Shalulile, and the creative midfield orchestrated by Themba Zwane, has been instrumental in their campaign. Additionally, the rock-solid defense, marshaled by Rushine De Reuck, ensured minimal goals conceded, making them a formidable opponent for any team.

However, the weekend’s clash saw Cape Town City rise to the occasion, delivering a masterclass in strategy and resilience. Playing in front of a packed stadium, Cape Town City executed a perfect game plan, exploiting weaknesses and capitalizing on opportunities. Their star forward, Khanyisa Mayo, scored the decisive goal that stunned Sundowns and thrilled the home crowd.

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Sundowns’ head coach, Rhulani Mokwena, acknowledged the defeat with grace, praising Cape Town City for their performance. “It’s a tough loss, but it doesn’t overshadow the incredible season we’ve had. Full credit to Cape Town City; they were the better team today. We will analyze this game, learn from it, and come back stronger,” he stated.

On the other side, Cape Town City’s coach, Eric Tinkler, expressed immense pride in his team’s performance. “Beating a team like Sundowns is no small feat. Our players showed great character and executed our plan perfectly. This win is for our fans and everyone who believed in us,” Tinkler said.

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Unfortunately, Bafana Ba Style were unable to equalize, resulting in their first loss of the season. Although the DStv Premiership season has concluded, it’s still business as usual for Masandawana as they now shift their focus to the Nedbank Cup final, set to take place this weekend in Mbombela.

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