Co-mentor Rulani Mokwena uncovers the strategic change that roused Mamelodi Sundowns to a persuading 4-1 win over rivals Orlando Pirates at Loftus Versfeld Stadium on Friday.
Twilights stretched out their lead to 18 focuses at the highest point of the DStv Premiership standings subsequent to scoring four second-half objectives as Pavol Safranko got a support.
Mokwena definite how a strategic switch by his specialized group invalidated their rivals.
"Privateers have some excellent players," Mokwena said post-match.
"The design in which they play made it exceptionally off-kilter for us in the manner how Paseka transforms from left full-back to make their backline a back three.
"However at that point we knew at half-time and made it clear by mentioning a cognizant observable fact to say that there are sure spaces in football you can't protect.
"We chose to disregard those spaces at half-time and to zero in on the spaces that was giving us issues which was the focal region.
"Then, at that point, we changed the framework by giving Rivaldo Coetzee an alternate position and to push the full-backs somewhat higher.
"So we could welcome their wing-backs and pull out Deon Hotto somewhat more which invalidated a gigantic strength of Pirates.
"We then, at that point, recaptured control and afterward revived the legs in the last option arranges yet praises to Mamelodi Sundowns on an incredibly, great execution."
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