Mamelodi Sundowns co-mentor Manqoba Mngqithi says it's simple for attacking players in South Africa to be exceptionally regarded, notwithstanding not scoring goals or contributing with assists, however Neo Maema is unique. Maema packed away a second back to back Man of the Match awards when Sundowns pounded Marumo Gallants 4-0 in Polokwane on Sunday, as they proceeded their unbeaten disagreement the DStv Premiership this season.
Downs Coach Sends Out Safranko Warning The previous Bloemfontein Celtic player is quick setting up a good foundation for himself as a significant player in Sundowns' attack, as of late joining great with any semblance of Themba Zwane, Peter Shalulile and Pavol Safranko. "We know what he is prepared to do, however the thing is more uplifting for us is the point at which a youthful player like Neo presents himself as an objective that is got an objective and a player that has a help.
That is the thing that we need with players that are attacking players since it's simple in South Africa to have a attacking player in South Africa that doesn't go after goals, that doesn't have a help or that can't place in a cross however is profoundly regarded," Mngqithi told the Sundowns media office after the game. "So Neo Maema is a player with a goal, with a cross, with a spill, with a pass. Those are vital."
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