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'The boys were tactically superior'

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane applauded his side’s tactical superiority over Bidvest Wits in their 1-1 draw on Saturday evening.

READ: Wits, Downs share the spoils

For the second time this week, Masandawana have failed to pick up maximum points to close in on the Clever Boys.

“It was a big game, a difficult game for us. I think the boys were tactically superior. We know the strength of Wits.

“We dealt with the crosses and tried to limit the crosses from the side then we can deal with the free-kicks.

“Then, we left the two centre-backs with the ball and we managed. The players showed that they are a Champions League team. Five years in the Champions League,” Mosimane told SuperSport TV.

After taking an early lead, Mosimane maintains their approach was to win the match but is pleased to settle for a point than a defeat.

“Tactically superior. Ricardo [Nascimento] corrected his mistake. Unfortunately, at Sundowns we always shoot ourselves in the foot. You know what happened at Polokwane and you know what happened tonight.

“Tactically superior. Ricardo [Nascimento] corrected his mistake. Unfortunately, at Sundowns we always shoot ourselves in the foot. You know what happened at Polokwane and you know what happened tonight.

“But we have important players and look at him Ricardo in the second half, it’s unbelievable. It’s a big game we got the point, as long we didn’t lose its OK.

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