Goals, goals, goals: Royal AM shaping up to be the PSL’s entertainers

For the second match in a row, Royal AM fired four goals past their opponents as they followed up a 4-1 win over Kaizer Chiefs with a 4-2 triumph over TS Galaxy.

Goals, goals, goals: Royal AM shaping up to be the PSL’s entertainers

It seems that Royal AM have put the disruptions and incredible upheaval of the start of their first top-flight campaign behind them

For the second match in a row, Royal AM fired four goals past their opponents as they followed up a 4-1 win over Kaizer Chiefs with a 4-2 triumph over TS Galaxy.

Watch: One of the goals fired in by Royal AM

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Royal AM are now on a three-match winning streak and sre starting to play some delightful football.

The bulk of the team are from the Bloemfontein Celtic, with many having endured a great deal of uncertainty for the last few seasons while in the Free State capital.

This team are now playing with a freedom and entertaining, even though there are no fans in the stadiums right now.

TS Galaxy weren’t helped by a red card to Marks Munyai early in the game as well as a dreadful mix-up that led to the game’s first goal.

Bafana Bafana striker Victor Letsoalo is one of the biggest factors in Royal AM’s fightback in recent matches, he has four goals in just three DStv Premiership matches this term. Letsoalo has scored in each of the three victories, and his form is likely to earn him a place in the Bafana Bafana lineup when they are next in action, provided he can keep things up.

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Letsoalo is probably Royal AM’s most prized asset and a player who could help them bank a major transfer fee, but right now the focus will be on keeping the 28-year-old in Kwazulu-Natal.

Credit must go to coach John Maduka who has whipped his charges into shape in double-quick time, and has them playing an attractive brand of football. 

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