Even after their loss to Cape Town City last night, Pitso Mosimane is confident that his team will win the league.
Cape Town City came from behind to beat Mamelodi Sundowns 2-1 last night. With that result, Masandawana lost their place at the top of the table to Orlando Pirates who drew their respective game against Bloemfontein Celtic.
Mamelodi Sundowns suffered their second consecutive loss in only four days after they fell to Amazulu last night. Should we start ringing the alarm bells?
Mamelodi Sundowns suffered their first defeat of the Absa Premiership after losing 2-0 to AmaZulu on Tuesday evening. The loss ended their 28-game unbeaten run in the league.
This defeat comes hot on the heels of their Nedbank Cup exit over the weekend in which they lost 2-1 to struggling Chippa United.
Is it time for Mamelodi Sundowns supporters to panic?
Has participation of Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns in the CAF Champions League become more of an inconvenience for their exploits locally?
Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates were knocked out of the Nedbank Cup this weekend. Both sets of supporters consoled themselves by saying “at least we are still in the CAF Champions League and are favourites to win the league”.
Yes, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns are well positioned in their Champions League groups and are in the race for the Absa Premiership.
It’s unlikely both teams will split the two titles, one team might win one, or both might lose out on all.
Not many people have noticed, but Mamelodi Sundowns are quietly having a bad season. The PSL champions have been eliminated from the CAF champions league, the MTN 8 and have collected 14 from a possible 24 points in their league campaign.
Here are 10 reasons why Sundowns supporters should be concerned: