Mamelodi Sundowns coach has defended Denis Onyango following his costly blunders against Supersport United.
The Brazilians failed to claim maximum points against their Tshwane rivals on Wednesday.
The club blew up a 2-0 lead against Supersport United.
Onyango who was between the poles for the day made two mistakes that cost Downs maximum points and bragging rights.
Speaking after the game Sundowns co-coach Rulani Mokwena has defended the Ugandan goalkeeper.
Mokwena said when you are a goalkeeper you can make costly mistakes than infield players, but has argued that Onyango is a top goalkeeper who has helped the club multiple times.
"Mistakes are part of the game and he has our support," said Mokwena.
He added that they will analyze the game and make corrections as they usually do even if they won because they are always looking to improve.
The Brazilians will be looking to extend the lead at the top of DStv premiership log table when they host the third placed Sekhukhune United Saturday 27 November.
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