Johannesburg - Tefu
Mashamaite sees the upcoming MTN8 semi-final (first leg) against Platinum Stars
as the same assignment, just a matter of carrying a different suitcase.
The Kaizer Chiefs
defender says that they will go out and continue to keep up the momentum which
they have started the campaign with.
“We have to mentally
stay switched on in order to maintain this momentum we are building,” said Mashamaite
to the Chiefs website.
“Three wins in a row but it’s still too early to read
anything from that. The only thing to read is the importance of making sure our
heads are firmly on our shoulders.”
Mashamaite has rubbished any ideas that Dikwena is Amakhosi’s
“The hoodoo status is a media invention and the biggest
favour we can do is not to read too much into it, period.”
“We will approach the two legged game just like any other
game. Nothing more and nothing less. We still apply ourselves the same way we
would like in any other game,” said the fired up 29-year-old.
Kick-off for the much anticipated clash at the Royal Bafokeng
Sports Stadium is at 20:15 on Saturday, August 16.
The other semi-final game is on Sunday, when Bidvest Wits
host Orlando Pirates at the Bidvest Stadium.
Kick-off is at 15:00.