SuperSport United brushed aside Golden Arrows by three goals to nil on Saturday afternoon at the Chatsworth Stadium. The victory was Matsatsantsa's eighth of the season, while Arrows suffered their 10th loss of this campaign.
Stuart Baxter's side has not been consistent since the former Kaizer Chiefs coach took over at the club in January. The victory meant that the Englishman's men leapfrogged Clinton Larsen's charges into 10th position with 30 points.
Siphe Mekuto, a Supporter's Club member as well as a SuperSport United supporter, felt this win could be his team's turning point.
"We deserved the win!" he said.
"Although I was a bit surprised by the three goals we scored, I expected the win.
"I think it was only for the second time we scored three this season, so the result is very good.
"The coach will transform the team and I am sure next season we'll be challenging for trophies."
SuperSport won the league for three consecutive years, from 2008 to 2010, and will be looking to go back to being the team they were back then in the next campaign or two under the tutelage of Baxter, who has two league medals of his own under his belt.
"We have a quality coach who has a phenomenal record, so definitely next season we'll be going all out to win trophies," Mekuto added.
"(Jeremy) Brockie is doing very well up front, and I'd also like to urge him to keep on working hard."
After the relatively successful spell Baxter had at Chiefs, the Amakhosi faithful will be licking their wounds if SuperSport's victory on Saturday is anything to go by, especially when one takes into consideration the Glamour Boys' recent slump.
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