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Onyango returns as Sundowns stun Celtic to complete their first ever treble.

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Just a week after being crowned the 2019/20 Absa premier soccer league champions, Mamelodi Sundowns have defeated Bloemfontein Celtics (1-0) to win title in an end to end encounter witnessed at Orlando stadium.

Uruguayan forward, Gaston Sirino scored the only goal that separated the two sides to ensure that Mamelodi Sundowns win their ever treble in history having already edged Martizburg to Telkom Knockout gong this season.


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Uganda Cranes captain and Sundowns goalie, Denis Masinde Onyango returned to starting line up after sustaining an injury that has kept out of  the squad for a couple of games and his last game for club came against a  (2-2) draw with Martizburg in the league last month.

As usual  Denis Onyango never disappoints were it matters most, he pulled a splendid performance on the day with making a lot of saves to  keep Sundowns into the game to make sure that he wins his first-ever treble and second Nedbank title since he started playing in South African league.

Mamelodi Sundowns wins their fifth Nedbank cup title and other ones coming in ( 2014-15, 1986, 1998, 2008)  before this one.

Pitso Mossimane coached side will represent South Africa in the upcoming 2020/21 Total CAF Champions league.

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