Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane did not
shy away from criticising his charges after a 1-1 stalemate against Chippa
Mosimane's side took the lead in difficult conditions when
Wayne Arendse capitalised on poor defending to fire home from inside the box on
But the Chilli Boys responded before half-time as Rhulani
Manzini scored from the penalty spot after Arendse was deemed to have fouled
Buyani Sali in the action of shooting.
The second-half was played at a good tempo despite being
hindered by the poor surface, although there were no further goals as the game
"Both teams had chances, they had chances, but, under
the circumstances, we will take a point because we [struggled] to play football,”
Mosimane said as quoted by KickOff.
"We played 'that' type of football, [with the ball] up
in the air. That's not football. That's not good for Chippa, it's not good for
Sundowns; we don't play percentage football.
"The rest... there's no football, it's a fight. That's
Sundowns will shift the focus to the CAF Super Cup where
they will meet CAF Confederation Cup winners TZ Mazembe on Saturday, February
Kick off is at 19:00.