Seven Sundowns tame Young Tigers in First Division

2018-07-11 06:01

SEVEN Sundowns Sports Club were ruthless when they tamed Young Tigers 4-0 in their Motherwell Football Association (MOFA) First Division match at the Motherwell NU 13 football field on Sunday.

Sundowns SC, affectionately called Ama­Qhawe, played carpet football with Soyama ‘Teenager’ Tshuku, Sandiso Sader Makoba and Lithemba Schalk Charlse, causing trouble for Tigers’ defenders.

AmaQhawe took the lead after Makoba had scored a volley from a long range in the first half. Makoba came up with his second goal from a set piece to increase Sundowns’ lead to 2-0.

In the second half, AmaQhawe started up where they left off. Tshuku scored a beautiful goal from an acute angle that increased his side’s lead to 3-0.

Head coach Mthunzi Zane Mrwebi was put into the fray. Tshuku and Zane played quick one-twos that confused their opposition, while Tshuku delivered a perfect cross that Zane squeezed into the far post to make the final score 4-0 in favour of Seven Sundowns SC.

In another game, Scorpion FC secured four league points in their two games. In their game, Scorpion salvaged a 3-3 with the gutsy Arsenal FC while in their second game, the Motherwell NU 5 outfit embarrassed NU 7 Citizens 3-1.

Other MOFA First Division results:

NU 29 United Stars 0-2 NU 2 Future Stars

Milan Stars 2-2 Eleven Stars

Real Stars 2-2 Eleven Brothers

Liverpool 3-1 FC Motherwell

Khuphuka Stars 0-0 Future Stars

Motherwell United 0-0 Channel Porto

Royal Bucks 0-3 United FC

Real City 0-1 Young Killers

Milan Stars 0-3 Young Tigers

Motherwell United 1-0 Young Killers

Young Romans 3-0 Real Stars

Real City 0-1 Arsenal FC

Young Romans 4-1 Seven Sundowns.

– SELBY MADIKANE

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