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Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Rulani Mokwena replied to Arthur Zwane's comments that his players for Kaizer Chiefs will go into their match against Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday without dread. Zwane had said that his players would approach the match without fear. Zwane's comment was made in reaction to Mokwena's statement.

As a result of Sundowns' loss to TS Galaxy, which was decided by a score of 1-0, and the Amakhosi's resounding victory over Maritzburg United, which was decided by a score of 3-0 on Tuesday, Chiefs actually approach the match in a position of superiority in comparison to the team that currently holds the title.

After each team had played two games during the first two rounds of the 2022–23 season, they entered the third round with the same number of points: three. The contest between the two teams will be highlighted as the main event for the third round.

Zwane had said before the game that the Chiefs had no fear of any other team in the league and would work hard to outplay anybody they were playing against. However, the Chiefs were ultimately unsuccessful and ended up losing the game. After some time had passed, Mokwena acknowledged that her statement had merely served to bring attention to the different ways in which the other contestants were thinking.

In answer to a question posed by the iDiski Times on Zwane's remarks, the individual said, "I only say that they think they are a big team and properly so."

Large clubs almost seldom see significant roster turnover throughout the course of a season. They are constantly adjusting themselves to new conditions, but they do not alter the way that they display themselves to others. As a consequence of this, I would argue that he is correct in the assessment that he has made of the circumstance.

Mokwena said that there is a palpable amount of anticipation for the match that will take place on Saturday and that he believes it will be a show. In addition, he stated that he believes it will be a spectacle.

"I think that just looking at the number of individuals in the media room, you can even get an idea of how interested people from the general public and football fans are. And there shouldn't be any deviation from it at all.

"In big football nations, it's the big football clubs that drive interest, they drive the passion, and they drive the play technically,"


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