Kenyan international Brian Mandela has won the Premier Soccer League (PSL) in South Africa with Mamelodi Sundowns after the Brazilians beat 10-man Supersport United 3-1 to seal the title.
Mandela played full minutes in the game that saw Sundowns seal a record-breaking 11th title.
The win put Mamelodi Sundowns 10 points clear at the top with three games left for the team on second spot.
First half goals from Lebogang Maboe, Kermit Erasmus and Themba Zwane put Mamelodi Sundowns in great command of things with a Teboho Mokoena goal in the 86th minute only serving as a consolation for Supersport United.
Brian Mandela was forced to deputize for keeper Onyango at goal late in the game after the former Uganda No.1 got injured and had to be stretched out with all substitutes already used.
Sundowns’ latest title is their fourth in a row.
Brian Mandela becomes just the second Kenyan to win the South African League title after former Kenya International and Harambee Stars captain Musa Otieno who won it with Santos FC back in the 2001-2002 season.