Mamelodi Sundowns have now closed the gap between themselves and Kaizer Chiefs to 10 points, following the win over AmaZulu, but who were the three best and worst performers on the night?
It was not as easy as many would have thought, given AmaZulu's position on the table and their poor run of form, but Steve Barker's men showed they were no pushovers.
However, Champions know how to win ugly and that's exactly what happened, although there was nothing ugly about Cuthbert Malajila's winning strike, he's eighth goal of the season.
The Three Best Performers:
Bongani Zungu - He continues to shine in the star-studded Sundowns side, kept things flowing and ticking in the middle of the park and picked up the Man of the Match award.
Mzikayise Mashaba - He looks to be staking a claim as the club's first choice left back, he was particularly good going forward against AmaZulu and was solid defensively.
Kudakwashe Mahachi - Made a big impact on both flanks and was involved in most of the attacks, while he was unlucky not to score with a volley in the first half.
The Three Who Disappointed:
Asavela Mbekile - Given a rare start in the Sundowns midfield, but hardly had a big impact in the game and was replaced early in the second half.
Khama Billiat - The only aspect missing from the Zimbabwean's game tonight was the finishing product, which has been one of his biggest criticisms.
Anthony Laffor - Introduced in the 54th minute but hardly impacted the side going forward.
Who were your best and worst performers on the night?