After Mamelodi Sundowns continued to display quality football and shown that they mean business on Saturday, they proved that they are indeed the only team in South Africa that is consistent and they are still going to dominate going forward when they beat Orlando Pirates by two goals to zero.
Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Junior Khanye says teams should do things properly and they will start reaping the fruits of it, but when they don't, it is always going to be difficult for them to win games.
The 36 year old former South African under 23 International says Pirates are a good team but they are currently a bad team since they have no leadership, their technical team is in shambles.
"When you do things properly, you will win so many games continuously, Pirates is good team, but currently it is a wrong team, they don't have a coach, they don't have any leadership structure," he told IDiskiTV.
Khanye further added that the reason behind Pirates' loss is mainly because they are not doing things when trying to match Sundowns pound for pound, he feels whatever it is that Pirates is doing wrong, Sundowns are doing pretty well and that is what is working for them.
He also added that the bolts and nuts are lose in that team and they are trying to travel at high speed, the engen is bound to fall off since they are scattered.
"It means pound for pound, there is something which Pirates' technical team not doing right and Sundowns' technical team is doing right, there is a lot of holes at Pirates, they are scattered, the bolts are falling off, when the bolts and nuts are lose, the car will not move properly, the engen will fall off, you want to do 120km/h or 140km/h, 160km/h. They can't combine passes, they play in wrong areas and make many back passes," he said.
Sundowns have now gone five games without a loss, but the cherry on top is that they have not conceded a single goal in the five games they played, their defensive structure is well organise, they are on call to defend they title.
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