Sundowns result forgotten already

2015-08-26 08:00
Collins Mbesuma (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Mpumalanga Black Aces striker Collins Mbesuma says that they have already put the victory against Mamelodi Sundowns behind them and are focusing on the next game.

Aces are currently on top of the Absa Premiership standings after beating Sundowns 1-0 on Tuesday, August 25.

AmaZayoni have won two and drawn one from the three games played so far and Mbesuma says all this is due to team work.

He told Sport24 that they are playing well as a team and putting in the hard work and that's why they are getting good results.

"We are playing well as a team," the Zambian international said.

"We had a very good pre-season and that has helped us gel as a team.

"We won't relax because of the results that we have achieved so far but instead we will continue working hard to keep the results coming.

"It was good to win against Sundowns but that's gone now and we have to look forward to the up-coming games and collect as many points as we can."


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