A day to remember: Sundowns 24-0 Powerlines FC

2018-03-05 19:22

Cape Town - On March 4, 2012 Absa Premiership giants Mamelodi Sundowns broke the South African for the most goals scored in a single match against Powerlines FC.

The Tshwane side travelled to Kimberley to face the amateur side in a Nedbank Cup tie that saw Hlompho Kekana scoring seven goals, Nyasha Mushekwi rattling the back of the net six times while the late Richard Henyekane scored five goals.

At the final whistle the Brazilians eased into the next round with an emphatic 24-0 win surpassing the previously held record by eight goals.

In 1976 and 1986 AmaZulu claimed 16-0 victories, both of which coming from cup games.

Goalscorers for Sundowns:

Hlompho Kekana 7, 15, 31, 50, 61, 78, 80 (minutes)
Richard Henyekane 12, 20, 56, 72, 74
Nyasha Mushekwi 24, 41, 43, 45+1, 45+2, 52
Samuel Julies 54, 76
Elias Pelembe 65, 70
Lebohang Mokoena 71, 90+1

Relive the action below:


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