Kekana tells Billiat to score two goals against SSU

2017-04-12 17:24
Hlompho Kekana (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana has revealed that he told Khama Billiat to score two goals against SuperSport United.

The Tshwane derby is scheduled for a 18:00 kick off on Thursday and Kekana is hoping the Brazilians can come away with a victory.

Sundowns have not won their last five league matches and will want to start picking up three points if they are serious about retaining the PSL crown at the end of May.

“The match will be very tough because it's a derby. We are looking forward to the match,” said Kekana as quoted by Soccer Laduma.

“We’ve had a bad run but I've been speaking to Khama and I told him to score two goals against SuperSport.

“It is not an easy task to represent a brand like Sundowns. We want to win this match for bragging rights. Dean (Furman) knows that when we are in the national team, we always brag about who won the derby.

“Let's be honest, everyone wants to beat Sundowns but that is not always an easy thing.”

The Brazilians are currently fifth place with 32 points but have four games in hand. 

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