Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns winger Aubrey Ngoma says he's uncertain whether
he'll celebrate scoring against former team Cape Town City.
Sundowns face the Citizens in a
top-of-the-table Absa Premiership clash at the Athlone Stadium on Friday night.
Ngoma was one of City's best
players last season and was part of a Citizens team which defeated Sundowns
"I think what helped us
consistently beat Sundowns was the team spirit that we had," Ngoma told
"We were driven to beat the
so-called big teams and make a name for ourselves, especially since we were a
new and small club.
"It's not that we planned differently
for Sundowns but the drive and dedication was always high against them. We
wanted to beat the former African champions which is a big deal and is why we
gave 150 percent effort against them," he added.
The 28-year-old concedes that
Friday night's game could be an emotional one for him against a team where he
reignited his career.
"I have mixed-feelings about
this game," he said. "I don't even know what I will do should I
score. My reaction will be whatever comes naturally, in terms of whether I celebrate
or not. It will be driven by what I feel at that moment.
"I have fond memories of my
time at Cape Town City. They took my football to the next level and I grew as a
person and as a player in my time there.
"My proudest moment was when
we won the Telkom Knockout in our first season. But I have to move on, now I am
at Sundowns and if I am given the chance I will look to help the team break the
spell Cape Town City have over us."