Mamelodi Sundowns are aiming to bag their third consecutive Absa Premiership title this campaign, and there are three players who would make history if that happens.
The Brazilians trail league leaders Kaizer Chiefs by just four points, with a game in hand, as they target a treble this campaign having won the Telkom Knockout Cup, and are into the semi-finals of the Nedbank Cup.
Now, though football is currently on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, three players will be itching to help Masandawana to an unprecedent third back-to-back league honour, and jolt down their names in the history books of South African football.
The trio of Denis Onyango, Hlompho Kekana and Anthony Laffor will make history by becoming the first players in PSL history to win seven league titles should their league title chasing dream be fulfilled at the end of the 2019/20 campaign.
Hlompho Kekana – 6 league titles (2 league titles at SuperSport and 4 at Sundowns)
Denis Onyango – 6 league titles (3 league titles with SuperSport, and 3 at Sundowns)
Anthony Laffor – 6 league titles (2 league titles at SuperSport and 4 at Sundowns)
The only other player who also sits on six league titles is retired former Orlando Pirates and SuperSport United winger Daine Klate, who won three successive league titles with Matsantsantsa, before winning two at the Sea Robbers and then one with Bidvest Wits.