Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane
highlighted his side's Champions League experience as a key factor in
securing a 1-1 draw with Bidvest Wits on Saturday.
Masandawana played with 10 men for much of the game after Wayne Arendse saw red in the 37th minute for a foul on Lyle Lakay.
However, they managed to escape unscathed as the table-topping Clever
Boys failed to find a way through in a drab second half at Bidvest
"It was a big game, a difficult game for us. I think the boys were
tactically superior," Mosimane told SuperSport TV. "We know the strength
"We dealt with the crosses and tried to limit the crosses from the side then we can deal with the free-kicks.
"Then, we left the two centre-backs with the ball and we managed. The
players showed that they are a Champions League team. Five years in the
He continued: "Ricardo [Nascimento] corrected his mistake.
Unfortunately, at Sundowns we always shoot ourselves in the foot. You
know what happened at Polokwane and you know what happened tonight.
"But we have important players and look at him Ricardo in the second
half, it's unbelievable. It's a big game we got the point, as long we
didn't lose its OK.
"We wanted to win and we came here to win that's why we were the
first one to draw blood. We didn't have the numbers in the box like in
the first half as we wanted earlier."