Sundowns took a great leap in their hands when they demolished the Buccaneers with 4-1 in their recent match for the Nedbank Cup.
The Brazilians are now about to meet TTM for the cups semi-finals on Sunday. Mngqithi has since warned the Limpopo side to learn from Bucs' mistakes last night if they wish to pass through them in Tshwane.
Manqoba Mngqithi stated that if TTM decide to park the bus they will be making it easier for them[Sundowns] as they don't tolerate that, they strike hard.
Manqoba advised that teams mustn't defend if they want to win and he added that the Buccaneers made a huge mistake when they played 5 defenders and that costed them a lot as they conceded, not 1 or 2 but 4 goals.🙆🏽♂️
The Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach added that it was unfortunate that TTM are a new team and nobody is giving them the recognition they deserve, he also said they have dangerous players in terms of personnel.
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