In the most recent round of the Hollywoodbets Super League on Wednesday, Miche Minnies was the star as Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies defeated Ma-Indies Ladies by a score of 6-0.
Thembelihle Masibi scored two goals, Boitumelo Rabale scored one, and the 21-year-old came off the bench to score a remarkable hat-trick.
Boitumelo Rabale scored the game’s first goal in the 22nd minute for Masandawana, her 14th goal in an incredibly remarkable season.
Thembelihle Masibi scored her second goal of the season two minutes later as Sundowns Ladies easily controlled the game. Masibi scored her brace right away, as the defending champs coasted through the first period with a score of 3-0.
Miche Minnies, who came off the bench to score a powerful triple, controlled the second half as Sundowns Ladies secured their 16th victory of the year.
Miche Minnies, the triple champion, expressed her satisfaction with her performance as a super-sub, saying, “I am really thankful to the coach for giving me the chance today to demonstrate my ability in front of goal. Despite the fact that we lost points the previous time out, I am pleased with the three goals but more happier with the victory. Congratulations to the whole crew for enabling this victory. The idea is to shift our focus to the next match.
Thembelihle Masibi, who scored twice, had nothing but admiration for her teammates’ encouraging reactions after the tie with UWC.
“The team’s defeat felt like a tie versus UWC. Therefore, the aim was to score early in this match, which we dutifully did to calm our worries.
The whole crew gave it their all, and we are thrilled with how the game turned out. Given that we have another challenging game coming up, this was the greatest method to cheer us up. Although I would have like to get a hat-trick as well, I am pleased with how the game turned out in general, Thembelihle said.
Jerry “Kappa” Tshabalala, the team’s coach, stated his happiness with the way his team played following the draw against UWC.
The win was overwhelming and we reacted like champions. I’m delighted our judgments today were right on the money throughout the field because we took some important lessons from the last game. All over, our wing play and counter-pressing were superb,” said Kappa.
With the victory, Sundowns Ladies have now amassed 49 points after playing in 18 games and picking up 16 victories and 1 tie. The greatest defence in the league belongs to the Brazilians, who have a league-high 78 goals scored and just 10 goals allowed.
Boitumelo Rabale tops the Sundowns scoring table with 14 goals, while Miche Minnies has scored an astounding 13 times. Rhoda Mulaudzi, Gabonnelwe Kekana, and Melinda Kgadiete each have five goals, compared to Andisiwe Mgcoyi’s ten.