Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Denis Onyango kept a clean sheet during the fixture against Arrows. However, he was not at all pleased with the outcome of the match.
The result ended Downs winning run in the league at six matches, but stretches their unbeaten record to 16 games. Arrows remain eighth while the Brazilians failed to restore their nine point gap atop the log standings.
The early exchanges offered little in terms of attacking threat from either side with Wayne Arendse going closest to the opener in the first half-hour. The centre back forcing Maxamilian Mbaeva into a comfortable save at his near post from a Teko Modise free-kick.
“If we start dropping points it’s not good for us. We are obviously concerned that the gap between us and the chasing pack decreased but we are focusing on us.” said Onyango
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