Absa Premiership

Dolly: Tactics paid off

2015-11-09 09:59
Michael Boxall (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Keagan Dolly felt their game plan worked like a charm after they saw off SuperSport United 3-1 in the Telkom Knockout semi-finals on Saturday.

The Brazilians winger ended this weekend's clash as the man of the match, but felt their tactical decision to focus on United's Michael Boxall paid huge dividends.

"Credit must go to the coach and my team-mates," said Dolly after the game.

"They have been working hard and it showed by our performance against SuperSport.

"We saw (Michael) Boxall is a bit slow, so I stayed wide and tried my best to get behind him and get crosses into the box.

"It paid off and we got the goals."

Looking ahead to next month's TKO final against Kaizer Chiefs, who saw off Orlando Pirates on penalties in the other semi, Dolly added: "It is going to be my first final and I am excited," added Dolly.

"I'm sure my team-mates and the coach is excited as well.

"This is for the supporters and all the Sundowns people."

 

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Fixtures
Sunday, 19 January 2020
SuperSport United v Mamelodi Sundowns, Lucas Moripe Stadium 15:30
Bloemfontein Celtic v Chippa United, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium 15:30
Polokwane City v Golden Arrows, Peter Mokaba Stadium 15:30
Friday, 24 January 2020
Cape Town City v Black Leopards, Cape Town Stadium 15:30
SuperSport United v Chippa United, Lucas Moripe Stadium 20:00
Saturday, 25 January 2020
Stellenbosch v Polokwane City, Cape Town Stadium 15:30
Golden Arrows v Kaizer Chiefs, Moses Mabhida Stadium 15:30
Orlando Pirates v AmaZulu, Orlando Stadium 18:00
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