The Visitors Morula FC received a mortifying score away against Soshanguve Panthers FC on Sunday at Block H grounds Soshanguve.

Morula FC came to this match with nine players including the goalkeeper and without any substitutes.

Morula FC handled the first 20 minutes of the match, with both teams attacking on both sides looking to get an early goal, and finally Soshanguve Panthers broke the dead lock with Emmanuel Khetsi opening the scoring from a defense splitting pass from Katlego Mashimbge.

The struggling Morula FC tried to get back in the game before heading to half time, unfortunately their hopes were crushed by Emmanuel Khetsi as he netted his second goal to make it a brace. The visitors were trailing 3-0 at half time.

The tired legs of Morula FC finally gave in as Soshanguve Panthers FC scored another three goals in the second half making it 6-0 Full time score.

Man of the match Emmanuel Khetsi scored his third goal writing a hat trick to his name before he was substituted.

The forward said he was happy to be substituted even though he wanted to score more goal for his team.

“I understood the coach’s decision of taking me out even though I wanted to score more goals for the club, he substituted me because he wants to rest me for our upcoming fixture away from home, so am happy with his decision,” said Emmanuel.

The loosing coach of Morula FC Tshidiso Mokonyane said he didn’t expect much from his boys because it wasn’t his best squad.

“We came to the game knowing very well that our chances of winning are very slim, I was hoping for a draw at least because most of the players I came with are not used on playing together. I had to play them to different positions than the ones they play,” said Mr Tshidiso.

Doctor Mpoko the coach of Soshanguve Panthers said they wanted maximum points at home so they maintain their number one position in the league standings.

“Points are very important at this stage cause the league is going towards the end so anything can happen in the last five remaining games we need to collect as many points as we can,” said Doctor.

This is the third consecutive win for Soshanguve Panthers FC, and they are currently standing at the top of the table.