An inspired and structured SuperSport United defeated Mamelodi Sundowns in the final of the 2017 Bayhill Premier Cup coasting to a clear victory over Tshwane rivals Mamelodi Sundowns.
The game, which was attended and watched by what was the second biggest crowd of the tournament, didn’t disappoint as it started on a high with both teams applying an attacking style of play.
Glendene United were the better team in the opening stages of the match, controlling the much of the possession.
Glendene United had a scoring opportunity
In the plate semifinals we saw a Cape Derby between Greenwood Athletic and Atlantic Nacional.
It was an exhilarating game between the defending champions, Supersport United (known as Amatsatsatsa) against the local township boys, Project Playground for a spot in a semi-final of the Premier Cup.
The early few minutes saw both teams adopt a slow build up play just to get themselves comfortable in the game.
The teams took on different defensive approach
Cape Town City started the game positively creating an early goal scoring opportunity when Duncan Adonis played a throughball for Safwan Hendricks who laid it off for Taariq George, who finish but failed to do so as the goalkeeper made a fantastic save to stop the shot.
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