Mamelodi Sundowns on to new feat

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Mamelodi Sundowns will move on to their next assignment on Saturday evening in the Tshwane derby against SuprSport United having already moved on to yet another incredible feat.

As they lead the standings in this campaign still unbeaten, Sundowns have swept aside all domestic opposition on their way to their fifth consecutive title.

Though they completed a full circle of wins against all PSL opposition that they had met in this calendar year they have now also moved on to take care of those who are either new in the league or have whose status has exchanged hands.

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First in line were debutants Sekhukhune United who got their beating at the end of last month with Royal AM then following this week.

Royal AM was born out of Bloemfontein Celtic after the Mkhize family traded in for the Free State club’s franchise and relocated it to KwaZulu-Natal.

Celtic had already contributed their share of three points to Sundowns this year just like Royal AM have now done the same.

From being canned as Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila earlier this year the Limpopo club has also been whipped under their name Marumo Gallants as well.

 All other PSL clubs have been handed defeats by The Brazilians this year with Orlando Pirates at the forefront after three defeats.

Baroka, Maritzburg United and TS Galaxy have two defeats each.

Kaizer Chiefs headline those that have lined up once for a beating in a long list featuring Swallows, Golden Arrows, AmaZulu, Cape Town City, SuperSport United, Chippa United, Stellenbosch and Black Leopards (now relegated).