Mamelodi Sundowns co-mentor Rulani Mokwena adulated the aggregate exertion after their 4-0 win over Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday evening.
The Brazilians returned from the misfortune to TS Galaxy with a major triumph over rivals Chiefs at Loftus Versfeld.
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Mokwena felt Themba Zwane and Neo Maema were great against the Soweto goliaths on the day.
"An aggregate methodology, aggregate execution and simply not Peter or Nasir but rather Mshishi [Zwane] was remarkable. Mshishi was excellent, positionally he was radiant. I think this was the best strategic presentation from Neo [Maema] phenomenal," Mokwena told SuperSport after the game.
"[Aubrey] Modiba took up the right positions. We really wanted him to be somewhat nearer to AJ [Andile Jali] in light of the fact that we wanted [Khuliso] Mudau to be somewhat higher.
"Furthermore, on the grounds that we really wanted Mudau to be somewhat higher we wanted [Teboho Mokoena] Tebza to be somewhat more extensive and in light of the fact that we wanted that then we really wanted AJ to have somewhat more assurance from Neo that is the reason I say Neo was awesome. Strategically, the best player on the pitch today.
When gotten some information about Ronwen Williams' effect, he added "No, great save from Ronwen. Stable execution from Brian (Onyango) and Rushine (De Reuck). Our rest guard generally was great since you realize that they over-burden the midfield and search for conceivable outcomes with the avoid for Khama and he is, great at that.
"The mistake was that we surrendered a punishment from a circumstance that we knew about. They attempted to deliver Khama and Rushine might have improved, however it is right off the bat in the season.
"We will commit errors, yet as consistently we learn and we get better that is truly significant."
Look beneath to see the activity from Sundowns' success over Chiefs.
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