Mokwena: We Have To Be Humble
Posted: 20 November 2020
Mamelodi Sundowns co-head coach Rhulani Mokwena is cautious going into the game against AmaZulu this weekend.
Usuthu have flexed their muscles in this transfer window after blowing other teams out of the water; bringing in former Kaizer Chiefs legend Siphiwe Tshabalala, Orlando Pirates Football Club’s trio of Augustine Mulenga, Amigo Memela and gifted midfielder Xola 10-10 Molambo.
Mokwena said of their clash against Usuthu;
“Yeah Amazulu have played four matches now; they come into this match with a lot of confidence, because they beat Black Leopards 2-0, with a very convincing performance.
“They come into this game with a lot of good feelings in and around their space because they’ve recruited well, they’ve signed very good players, and qualitatively, they’ve got a lot to offer and we should expect a very competitive AmaZulu this season.
“We have to very humble going into this match; tactically very good, their well structured in a 4-5-1 where they reinforce and Memela is very important because he knows how to play in triangles,” concluded Mokwena.
The Brazilians face Ayanda Dlamini’s side on Sunday out in the capital, with kickoff pencilled in for 15:H00.
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