Mamelodi Sundowns co-mentor Manqoba Mngqithi has made an intense case about Orlando Pirates.
The mentor accepts that the Buccaneers are difficult to beat under the authority of Fadlu Davids and Mandla Ncikazi contrasted with when Josef Zinnbauer was still at the club
This comes after Sundowns battled against Pirates in the main half on Saturday before the Brazilians returned solid in the subsequent half and scored two objectives.
Mngqithi said the association of Davids and Ncikazi was awesome.
"It was not perhaps however simple as it seemed to be in the past matches when we came here," he said.
Mngqithi said he saw from their past game against Chippa United that Pirates would have been risky on the grounds that they generally have four players when you lose the ownership of the ball.
He inferred that they (Sundowns) figured out how to manage that very well with a decent counter squeezing and a decent breaking of the press.
Nightfalls have advanced to the finals of the MTN8 and will confront Swallows/Cape Town City in the last.
Source: iDiski Times
https://www.idiskitimes.co.za/nearby/mngqithi-privateers not-as-simple to-beat-as-under-jz/
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