Mamelodi Sundowns hosted Bloemfontein Celtic at Lucas Moripe Stadium in Atteridgeville on Sunday evening. This was the forth and final game of the MTN Top8 quarter-finals.
At half time the goal was 0 – 0, with Sundowns dominating the game, Hlompho Kekana put Cetlic Goalkeeper Jackson Mabokgwane busy with some firm shots. Sundowns hit the post several times, which Peter Shalulile having a disallowed goal as offside.
Sepana Letsoalo scored Celtic goal on the 69 minutes from a set piece. Final score Sundowns 0 – 1 Celtic.
This is the first game without Pitso Mosimane as a coach for Masandawana in approximately 8 years, also the first game of Steve Komphela as a senior coach of Sundowns.
Masandawana has got 3 coaches, with Mancoba Mncqithi and Rhulani Mokwena confirmed as Head Coaches with Komphela recently appointed senior coach. According to Sundowns press release, Mncqithi has the final say where there is non-consensus.
Mamelodi Sundowns had 7 shots on target and 15 attempts on goals.
Siwelele had 4 shots on target and 9 attempts on goals.
SuperSport United, Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs have already secured their spot on the semi-finals expected to take place on the weekend on the 30 of October.