- The Brazilians have made history with 20 consecutive wins, beating the Kaizer Chief's previous record of 19
- The Mamelodi Sundowns beat Chippa United 2-1 and are currently dominating the table
- Fans took to social media to celebrate the enormous milestone in the club's history
The Mamelodi Sundowns has made history as the first South African club team to win 20 consecutive matches. The record had been held by the Kaizer Chiefs who had previously won 19 games in a row.
The Sundowns remain unbeaten and have become a dominant force in South African football. The Sundowns beat Chippa United 2-1 and are on the top of the log.
Fans of the team took to social media to celebrate the enormous milestone and cheered the Sundowns on.
"What a performance from start to finish! Your #DStvPrem Man of the Match for today is Aubrey Modiba! Trophy.
Well played, Postman!"
"We are Mamelodi Sundowns the first team to play 20 PSL games unbeaten. We have set a new record.."
Mamelodi Sundowns have broken Kaizer Chiefs' record in the PSL of 1️⃣9️⃣ unbeaten matches.
Mamelodi Sundowns now stands at 2️⃣0️⃣ matches unbeaten and counting.
Earlier, Briefly News reported that media reports in North Africa suggest that Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has set his sights on landing Mamelodi Sundowns' top in-form striker Peter Shalulile.
The former Masandawana boss is hoping to bolster his ranks, especially upfront, and has been linked with the Namibian international.
Shalulile joined the reigning Premier Soccer League champions at the beginning of the current season but his best form in front of goal has attracted interest from as far as Egypt.
The 27-year-old was signed by the former Bafana Bafana manager whilst at Chloorkop and now wants the former Highlands Park star in Cairo.
In other news, Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane is being headhunted by the group of people who are responsible for finding the next coach for the South African football team Bafana Bafana.
The South African Football Association's (SAFA) National Executive Committee will be informed by the SAFA technical team that Mosimane is the man for the job.
According to Times Live the technical team met on Wednesday and their top priority has been identified, they want to convince Mosimane to take the job as head coach of Bafana Bafana.
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