It was the individual power and pace of Tokelo Rantie that swung the game in South Africa's favour. He now needs to work on consistency.
Inconsistent Sundowns will have to pull out all the stops to dent Amakhosi's 11-point league lead.
The United States is still a wild frontier for football, and the former Tottenham striker has gone in guns blazing.
The Brazilian team is playing around the world. Not necessarily in the players' best interest.
Orlando Pirates take to the field for the first time since Senzo Meyiwa's death and their reaction will decide the outcome of the game.
Real Madrid's 3-1 victory over Barca suggests coach Carlo Ancelotti has successfully integrated Kroos and Rodriguez into a fearsome attacking side.
Quarterfinalists stumbled in midweek PSL games, but they could have held back for Telkom tournament.
Previous form against the Ivorians suggest Banyana are marginal favourites, but any optimism is tempered by the bitter memory of past letdowns.
Jérôme Champagne stands against Sepp Blatter, but has little chance of making it to Fifa presidency.
Organisers of the Indian Super League are hoping to convert cricket crazy Indians to the joys of football.
The national football team have proven they can do well under pressure but they are dangerously close to being eliminated.
Bafana Bafana's coach has based his selection on taking the team to the Nations Cup in Morocco.
Two months in and several coaches are already uneasy in their seats.
The injury-plagued Gunners have hired a crack performance guru, but the healing is slow to show.
Under new Dutch coach Vera Pauw Banyana have a reasonable chance of doing what no South African women's side have ever done before.
Dismiss Jose Mourinho's tactics as negative if you like – but the tumultuous tussle at the Etihad was, in fact, a great spectacle.
As Arsenal supporters will attest, being a fan is not a choice or a label, it is part of your very being.
The Football Association wants to reduce the number of non-EU players in England's leagues by half to foster local talent and boost the national side.
Mashaba should beef up the squad and allow more convincing options off the bench, instead of players who haven't even touched a ball in the PSL yet.