Mamelodi Sundowns bid to regain momentum
Mamelodi Sundowns are eager to regain their positive momentum after a recent disappointing league 1-0 loss to TP Mazembe.
Despite the Mamelodi Sundowns CAF Champions League setback, coach Rhulani Mokwena remains proud of his team’s efforts and progress this season.
MOKWENA’S SUPPORT FOR MAMELODI SUNDOWNS PLAYERS
Sundowns coach Mokwena expressed his unwavering support for his players, acknowledging their status as the best in Africa.
He shouldered the blame for the defeat and emphasised his confidence in the team’s ability to bounce back.
“I love my players. They have already proved that they are the best in the African continent and when they lose, we lose together and the responsibility also lies on the shoulders of the coach. The players gave everything that they had and I’m proud of them. If there is anyone to be blamed for their defeat is me. I have no doubts on my players and hands off,” he told the club’s website.
PREVIOUS ENCOUNTERS AND DOMINANCE AGAINST USUTHU
The history between these two teams has seen Mamelodi Sundowns emerge victorious in three out of their last five encounters.
Sphelele Mkhulise, a key player for Mamelodi Sundowns, is confident in their ability to continue their dominance over AmaZulu FC.
He highlighted Masandawana‘s goal of increasing their lead at the top of the league standings, preventing other teams from surpassing them.
“We want to stretch the gap when it comes to points in the league. There are a few teams that are slightly behind us, so we will try to ensure that they don’t surpass us,” Mkhulise stated on the club’s website.
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AMAZULU FC’S DETERMINATION TO BREAK INTO THE TOP EIGHT
AmaZulu FC, currently in the 11th position in the league standings, will be looking to overcome the disappointment of being knocked out of the Carling Cup over the weekend.
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Collecting maximum points against Mamelodi Sundowns would be a significant step towards breaking into the top eight.
The match between Mamelodi Sundowns and AmaZulu FC will kick off at 19:30.
Fans can anticipate a highly competitive clash as both teams seek to secure victory.