Showing posts from February, 2019

Sundown move top in 2018/19 league after clinching win against CTC

Sundowns Moves top after win against Cape Town City Sundown came into the game against Cape Town City (CTC) FC having drawn their last two games and failed to take the top spot in the ABSA Premier League game. Pitso made six changes to freshen up the team against a difficult battle against voodo team CTC. A brilliant performance by Sundowns moved them to the top of the table and they have a game in hand over the other three league challengers ( Bidvest Wits ; Pirates ; CTC) and lead Wits by 1 point, Pirates by 3 and CTC by 6 points. However, its a long way to go for Sundowns, 10 games still to be played and three of the games with the ABSS league 2018/19 title challenging three teams. The Sundowns fans were remarkable in this game, their came in their number and were in full voice, cheering the team to win. The game between Sundowns and CTC was a great game with CTC scoring 2 and Sundowns scoring 3. Post match analysis provided below: Starting Line Ups Sundowns

Battle for ABSA PSL 2018/19 league title continues as Sundowns and Witz play to a stalemate

Battle for ABSA PSL league title continues as Sundowns and Wits play to a stalemate Prior to the game kicking off on the 23rd of February, 18h00 between Bidvest Wits and Sundowns, Wits had 37 points (in 20 games) and Sundowns had 36 points (in 18 games). This game was targeted as a title decider by many football pundits. Definitely a win for either team would have placed either team in a good position with 9 games left for Wits and 11 games left for Sundowns. The match between Wits and Sundowns ended in a stalemate, which meant that the chase for ABSA PSL league title was thrown wide open. Now Pirates and Cape Town City FC believe they have a chance to win title, with Pirates and Cape Town FC still to play Sundowns and Wits. The 2017/2018 league promises to be the most exciting league title finish since the inception of the PSL with four teams in with a chance with 9 games left for Pirates and Wits, 10 games left for Cape Town City and 11 games left for Sundowns. Unbelievably, S

Mali defeat Senegal in an entertaining afcon u20 final

Mali defeat on form Senegal in AFCON U20 Final 2019 The final of the AFCON U20 was an interesting game with the two football teams having played each other in group B and Senegal wining comfortably by two goals. Moreover, Mali and Senegal were aiming to win the tournament for the first time in their history. Senegal, have lost the previous two finals;  in their home country and against Zambia  and were on form, winning all games leading to final. This article analyses the final of AFCON U20 final 2019, what a game it was. First Half Analysis Second Half Analysis First Half : Mali 1 - 0 Senegal Mali were dominant against a strong Senegal team, which was surprisingly resting their top two players (Niang and A.D Ndiaye). Mali created clear cut chances and had more shots at goal(5). Boubacar Traore showed great composure after a brilliant cross and score the opening goal of the final. Senegal were stunned and tried to get back into the game but could not equalize. Fi

Amajita impress in the U20 African Cup of Nations 2019 and Qualify for World Cup 2019

Amajita under 20 Impress in the U20 African Cup of Nations Amajita has qualified for under-20 World Cup Fifa in Poland. The South Africa under-20 national team made South Africans proud for qualifying for the World Cup. The talented squad qualified for World Cup after a hard fought 1-0 win against Burundi. The squard that includes future talents such as  Nkosingiphile Ngcobo (Kaizer Chiefs) ,  Khanya Leshabela (Leicester City FC, England),  Luke Le Roux (SuperSport United). The team is strong with 6  players applying their trade abroad. These players include: Bradley Cross (Schalke FC, Germany) Kobamelo Kodisang (AD Sanjoanense FC, Portugal) Tashreeq Matthews (FC Utrecht, Holland) Khanya Leshabela (Leicester City FC, England) Sphephelo Sithole (Belenenses FC, Portugal) Lyle Foster (AS Monaco, France) The amajita after being crowned the 201 8 MOPANI Copper Mines COSAFA Under-20 Championship went into the African Nations Cup 2019 with high hopes of qualifying for t