South African champions Mamelodi Sundowns are tantalizingly close to shattering a long-standing record held by the revered Kaizer Chiefs.
The Brazilians are now a mere four games away from etching their names in the annals of Premier Soccer League (PSL) history, in a feat many believed to be unattainable.
Sundowns are currently riding a remarkable unbeaten streak of 29 PSL matches, a testament to their unwavering prowess on the pitch.
Their latest triumph, a hard-fought 1-0 victory against Richards Bay on Wednesday, underscored their determination to reach new heights.
The team’s remarkable journey now hangs in the balance, awaiting the outcome of their upcoming DStv Premiership clashes against Polokwane City, Orlando Pirates, and Stellenbosch.
Should the Brazilians emerge unscathed from these encounters, they will not only secure their place in PSL history but also eclipse a record that has stood since 2005, held by the illustrious Kaizer Chiefs.
This achievement would solidify Mamelodi Sundowns’ status as the undisputed rulers of South African football and further enhance their legacy in the beautiful game.
The footballing world eagerly awaits the unfolding drama as Sundowns close in on the remarkable feat that once seemed beyond reach.