Cape Town – Free country stars had a bad day at the office after they slipped to a 3-1 victory against Mamelod Sundown at Loftus Versfeld on Wednesday.
Free State Stars was unfortunately left for 12 minutes when Lebohang Maboe knocked out the defender Jamie Brok on the right-hand side, who was 17 meters away from Badra Sangare for the first time.
An early breakthrough gave Mamelodi Sundowns an impulse, and Aubrey Ngoma defeated Bangaly Keita on the left side for a 24 minute win to win a penalty. Sangare went in the right direction, but Siirin placed the site in the lower left corner.
Gaston Sirino for three minutes in a row showed his class when he defeated moved to the right lap and stumbled in before firing with an unstoppable left foot across Sangara from a distance of 21 meters.
The stars were given a shimmer of hope 10 minutes ago half past when Harris Chilimbou pulled one back. Judas Moseamedi struck the right goal and lowered the ball back to Tchilimbou, who struck Reyaad Pieter with a good end result.
Sangare drew a magnificent double salary in 55 minutes to block the first Brockie and then Ngoma from a short distance, and the visitor had a good chance of storing the New Zealander strike in the 66th minute.
Sirino slipped on Masandavan strings, but Stars played to limit their effectiveness in the second half. The ability of Uruguay to try Sangare at a great distance after 10 minutes.
Ea Lla Koto sought her way back to the final stages, while Downs held a firm back to claim all three points.