A tightly contested clash against Highlands Park at Dobsonville ended in a stalemate as Mamelodi Sundowns played to a one-all draw. The games are coming thick and fast and this was the third game in a space of six days.
“We don’t complain about the number of games, we have played games back to back but the challenge is the long lay off and not having proper training, to get the rhythm that we are used to is not easy and you can see, I am not happy that we did not win the game,” said Coach Pitso Mosimane.
The Brazilians have collected two points in two games and will now turn their focus to Cape Town City who they face on Monday at Loftus Versfeld. The Citizens registered their first win against Chippa United yesterday.
“It is good to give the younger ones a chance, the younger ones recover quicker,” Coach Pitso Mosimane commented on Promise Mkhuma’s debut. “It is always a tough game against Cape Town City, they like to play like us at Sundowns. They are a ball playing team but we will continue,” concluded Coach Pitso Mosimane.