For the very first time this season, Dennis Onyango conceded a goal in the 2-2 draw against Moses Waiswa’s SuperSport United in the South African Premier Soccer League (PSL).
Nevermind Waiswa was an unused substitute, but before the game against SuperSport United on Wednesday, Onyango had managed seven clean sheets of his side, Mamelodi Sundown’s ten.
Neo Maema gave Sundowns the lead in the 45th minute off Themba Zwane’s assist. Maema then turned provider for Peter Shalulile to double their advantage in the 49th minute.
The Brazilians would later surrender their two-goal lead when they let in Ghampani Jones Lungu and Teboho Mokoena’s goals in the 69th and 80th minute respectively.
Onyango who equalled retired goalkeeper, Moeneeb Josephs’ 119 PSL clean sheets over the weekend, will continue chasing Kaizer Chiefs’ Itumeleng Khune who has the most clean sheets, 125.
The Brazilians are still on top of the 16 team log with 27 points and will return to action on Saturday, November 27 with a home fixture against third placed Sekhukhune.