Mamelodi Sundowns rained three targets on relegated Polokwane Metropolis however Pitso Mosimane wished his aspect may have scored extra
On Wednesday, Sundowns gained Polokwane Metropolis 3-0 and the scoreline nonetheless leaves the defending Absa Premiership champions on stage factors with Kaizer Chiefs who’re forward with a 3 purpose distinction as they head into the ultimate sport of the season on Saturday.
“I imagine we may have scored extra and I’m not completely happy that we didn’t rating extra. However you could by no means be ungrateful to be the place you’re. We stored zero behind which is superb,” stated Mosimane, who went on to allude to how taking part in Polokwane on the Loftus Versfeld Stadium helped his workforce.
Furthermore Downs had been assigned the Dobsonville Stadium as their residence venue whereas Metropolis had been assigned Sundowns’ conventional residence floor within the capital metropolis.
“The pitch helped and the pitch at Dobsonville have to be closed after the league ends and I don’t know the place Swallows must play however that pitch shouldn’t be proper for soccer, it’s got a heavy load on it and it’s getting worse, we are able to’t go the ball. We are able to additionally say it was acquainted territory to the gamers as a result of they know the place to be. It was good to attain three targets and we deserved extra. I may see that we had possibilities to attain and you could possibly see we had possibilities upfront,” stated Mosimane.
Mosimane went on to understand his purpose scorers – Anele Ngcongca, Themba Zwane, and Keletso Makgalwa.
“I’m so completely happy that Anele scored, thank God, lastly in spite of everything the probabilities which were coming to him. Themba Zwane, that’s his space, he’s a winger that doesn’t cross the ball however comes inside and scores these vital targets for us. The third purpose… that boy is good. It isn’t a straightforward purpose, if it was anyone else they’d wish to kill the goalkeeper. He’s so clever and he comes on and scores such vital targets as an alternative to us.”