Mamelodi Sundowns gets a CAF Champions League victory
Mamelodi Sundowns has progressed to the CAF Champions League group stages. They defeated Rayon Sports 2-0 on Sunday night at Loftus Versfeld Stadium to advance 2 nil on aggregate after the first leg ended goalless in Rwanda.
Mohamed Salah sets the record straight
The 25 year old made headlines over the weekend after putting 4 goals past Watford goalkeeper in their riot 5-0 win in the Premier League on Saturday night.
The Egyption star has now scored 36 goals for The Reds this season and broke Fernando Torres’ record of 33 goals in all competitions during the 2007/08 season.
He now sits on 28 league goals scored, surpassing Hotspurs Harry Kane who sits on 24.This is his first clear run for the golden boot this season.
FA Cup semi-finals draw
The Emirates FA Cup semi-finals fixtures were confirmed on Sunday night after the last match of the last 8 saw Chelsea FC beat Leicester City 2-1.
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
Chelsea v Southampton
The two semi final matches will be played on the weekend of 21-22 April at Wembley Stadium
The Emirates Lions Go on Top of the Super Rugby Table
South African Lions had to put up a good fight to earn a hard fought 40-38 victory over Japan’s Sunwolves in Ellis Park, Johannesburg on Saturday. They top the South African Conference log with 19 points and went top of the overall Super Rugby standings after Australian Conference leaders Rebels dropped points when they suffered their first loss this season against the Waratahs on Saturday.
Ronaldo on his 50th hat-trick
Cristiano Ronaldo netted 4 times on Sunday night when Real madrid thrashed Girona 6-3 in La Liga action. This is the 50th time the Portuguese star has recorded a hatrick in all competitions for both club and country levels.
Those were my top 5 moments of what happened over the weekend of Sport. What were yours?
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