Sundowns won 2-0 against relegation threatened Hellenic in a Castle Premiership match played at the ODI Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The Brazilians did not take long to stamp their authority over their opponents. In the second minute of the match Lucas Sebona was denied a goal by the woodwork after a good solo run deep from his own half.
Sipho Nunens opened the scoring when he did justice to a beautiful pass from Clement Mazibuko with a well taken first-time shot that sent the Hellenic goalkeeper the wrong way in the 17th minute.
Just when the Hellenic players thought they had restricted the dangerous attacks of the Sundowns strikers to just a single goal, Sebona scored for the home side in the last minute of the first half.
Sundowns went to the break leading 2-0.
Hellenic came back from the breather a much better side and they managed to keep the Brazilians strikers at bay.
However, the basement team did not create any scoring chances at all and it seemed rather as if they were more interested in defending.
The result sees the Brazilians move into mid-table safety while Hellenic remain rooted four points clear of the next team at the foot of the league table.