Mamelodi Sundowns co-lead trainer Rulani Mokwena has shielded goalkeeper Denis Onyango after he yielded two messy objectives in the absolutely exhilarating 2-2 Tshwane Derby draw against SuperSport United at Loftus Stadium on Wednesday evening.
The Brazilians were well headed to triumph, 2-0 up, on account of objectives by Neo Maema and Peter Shalulile when Matsatsantsa United organized the vivacious rebound with late objectives scored by Gamphani Lungu and Teboho Mokoena.
The two objectives by SuperSport were a consequence of Onyangos student mistakes in objective. Also, Lungus objective finished Sundowns 13-match run without surrendering.
Football is a round of errors and sadly part of being a goalkeeper is understanding that your mix-ups may be more expensive than of different players that are on the pitch, said Mokwena.
In any case, actually Denis is a top goalkeeper and as is commonly said one swallow doesn't make a late spring and these are important for the game, he has our help and we will show the revisions and break down the game like we generally do.
I know the condition of football says that when you commit errors you become the substitute, so we need to avoid that since what number of different occasions has he helped us? We have been discussing this large number of clean sheets and the records that we were setting, a great deal of it had to do with Denis.
The Brazilians have opened a noteworthy lead at the highest point of the log and stay unbeaten after 11 matches.
Lets not rush to neglect, lets appreciate, lets love our players and like their endeavors in great and awful minutes, finished up the Sundowns strategist.
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