Makhehleni Makhaula of AmaZulu tackling Lebohang Maboe of Mamelodi Sundowns (Gallo Photographs)
- Manqoba Mngqithi brazenly spoke in regards to the poor pitch circumstances at King Goodwill Zwelithini Stadium after their draw towards AmaZulu.
- He believes the match would have been rather more pleasing if the pitch was in higher situation.
- The goalless encounter sees Usuthu stay in second place with Masandawana sustaining their six-point hole over the KwaZulu-Natal aspect.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Manqoba Mngqithi sighted poor “pitch circumstances” on the King Goodwill Zwelithini Stadium for his or her goalless draw towards AmaZulu.
Second positioned Usuthu held log leaders Masandawana in a feisty DStv Premiership encounter on Wednesday.
The outcome sees Sundowns keep their six-point hole over KwaZulu-Natal aspect with two video games in hand as properly.
Talking after the match with the South African media, Mngqithi highlighted the truth that the stadium pitch was not in good situation for a top-flight soccer match.
“I believe it might have been extra pleasing if the pitch circumstances have been higher as a result of there have been many turnovers that have been uncalled for on account of the pitch circumstances however structurally each groups had excellent steadiness,” Mngqithi stated.
“I strongly consider it was not as pleasing as I might have liked. I might have most well-liked it on a greater pitch as a result of I believe each groups have been keen to play, each groups have been keen to play a passing recreation with out searching for the area behind (defence) which is one thing you don’t get typically within the league.
“Most groups that we all the time play are searching for a counterattack, sitting again and by no means actually displaying what they’ve obtained.”
Sundowns are again in motion on Sunday towards Kaizer Chiefs in league encounter at Loftus Versfeld
Kick-off is at 15:00.
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