Sundowns out of Man U youth cup

2015-07-22 16:45
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Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns under-15 side have bowed out of the Manchester United Premier Cup World Finals after being beaten 3-0 by Mexican side, Chivas, in their last group game on Tuesday afternoon.

The Group C match was Downs’ fourth game of the competition and weren’t able to settle a win.

The Brazilians managed a draw against the FNSW Institute from Australia and lost their opening match against Manchester United with a 2-1 score.

Sundowns finished at the bottom of their group with only one point, with Manchester United managing 6 points, and the FNSW Institute finishing fourth with 3 points.

The only teams in Group C that have managed to progress to the next round are Mexican side Chivas and Spanish giants Real Madrid FC as only two teams at the top of the group can go through.

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