Johannesburg - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens is full of respect for Nedbank Cup final opponents SuperSport United.
The Tshwane titans will collide at Orlando Stadium on Saturday,
with Neeskens's men smarting from a recent 1-0 loss to Matsatsantsa in
the Premier Soccer League.
"SuperSport has beaten us once this season and I respect they way
they play, because they are very unpredictable side so we must be
careful," Neeskens told the league's website.
"Four months ago they couldn't score a single goal in a couple of
matches and their performance picked up towards the end of the season
as their confidence grew which resulted in them finishing in a
respectable third position in the league and being in the Nedbank cup
"So we are facing a good team and anything can happen."
Neeskens added that Downs will approach this game like any other.
He said: "We are not going to approach this game in any different
manner. We are going to play our normal game and I hope for the
players' sake they win, because they really deserve silverware for their
hard work they have put in this season.
"Honestly it is the last game of the season and I want this match
to be a well competed match for the fans, but an entertaining one on
the field for the players," concluded the Dutchman.