Sandile Zungu, a Summerfield Dynamos midfielder, has reacted to the unenviable task of facing Mamelodi Sundowns this weekend.
The ABC Motsepe, the league champions of KwaZulu-Natal, were thrashed 5-0 by the defending champions of the Nedbank Cup at Loftus Versfeld Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
As the former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder tells a reliable source, "it was always going to be a difficult game."
"We knew going in that it wasn't going to be easy, so we prepared ourselves accordingly.
"I mean, we were playing against the most powerful team in Africa at the time."
The lesson was learned, and we will try to put it to use in the playoffs. Sundowns was always going to prepare us for this."
The organization of the team, as well as the way they will use the ball moving forward, have improved significantly.
"As for the other DStv Premiership clubs that have yet to play Sundowns, they will find out for themselves who they are up against." he added.
"Phambili phambili (laughs), ziyabuya laphayana akudlalwa, it's not a game for children." says the speaker.
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