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History: Powerlines FC 0 – 24(Yes24) Mamelodi Sundowns – Nedbank Cup 2012

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Powerlines FC 0 - 24(Yes24) Mamelodi Sundowns - Nedbank Cup 2012On 4 March 2012, recorded the biggest win in South African history, beating Powerlines 24-0.

The match came in the Round of 32 in South Africa’s major domestic cup competition, the Nedbank Cup, where top flight Sundowns, winner of the cup in 1998 (when it was known as the Bob Save Super Bowl) and 2008, faced off against amateur side Powerlines.

It was effectively over by halftime, with Sundowns up 10-0, but they continued to pack in the goals in the second half. Their leading scorer was Hlompho Kekana with seven (7, 15, 31, 50, 61, 78, 80), followed by Nyasha Mushekwi with six (24, 41, 43, 45+1, 45+2, 52). Richard Henyekane added five (12, 20, 56, 72, 74), while they got a brace each from Samuel Julies (54, 76), Elias Pelembe (65, 70), and Lebohang Mokoena (71, 90+1).Powerlines FC 0 - 24(Yes24) Mamelodi Sundowns - Nedbank Cup 2012

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The scoreline crushed the previous South African record of 16-0, reached twice in the cup by AmaZulu in 1976 and 1986. But still fell far short over the world record of 149-0, set by Madagascar’s AS Adema over Stade Olympique Emyrne in 2002.

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Sundowns eventually reached the 2012 final, where they lost to Supersport United 2-0.

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