After Denis Onyango was sent off against Sekhukhune United, Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Rulani Mokwena believes the club must have a zero-tolerance for mistakes. On Saturday afternoon, the DStv Premiership leaders returned to winning ways with a 2-0 victory against Sekhukhune. Unbeaten Downs Make a Move There are nine Poi. The hosts did complete the game with 10 men as Onyango was sent out in the final five minutes, but Mokwena pointed out the errors that led to the dismissal.
"Look, in football, these things happen; Denis will always be Denis, but what is crucial for him is to check and analyze. I often tell people that there are five or six faults before the real mistake that we notice, and sometimes we just focus on the end result. There was a build-up of certain elements and even at that moment, the back pass, then we get to Grant Kekana's back pass and we get to Mosa's back pass, and even before Grant passes to Mosa, Mosa is saying, there's a striker, because they were two don't give it to me,but then it comes and he had to react a little bit because There's pressure coming to him" He said.
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