Johannesburg - Mamelodi Sundowns' two-goal hero Nyasha Mushekwi refused to take
all the credit for his side's victory over Bidvest Wits in the Nedbank
The Brazilians hitman fired home both goals against the Students
at the weekend to send his side through to the quarter-finals, but
Mushekwi says the victory is more down to team work than a personal
"I might have scored the goals today but It was a team performance. Team work got the job done at the end of the day," he said.
"I didn't realise that I have scored eight goals in the Nedbank
Cup but we just have to win our next game, whether it's Nedbank or a
league game, I'm willing to do the job and contribute to the team's
Meanwhile, Downs coach Johan Neeskens revealed he too is
delighted with the result, and claims it does not matter how they win,
just that they do.
"We are through to the next round, it doesn't matter whether we
win by two-nothing or five-nothing. I'm happy with the performance and a
big compliment to the team," the Dutchman said.