Absa Premiership

Onyango calls for Sundowns focus

2016-02-22 12:40
Denis Onyango (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Denis Onyango has urged his teammates to remain focused in the last 10 games of the Absa Premiership campaign.

The table-topping Brazilians were held to a goalless draw by Golden Arrows at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Saturday.

Sundowns were unable to break down the Arrows defence but extended their run of unbeaten games to 20.

The Ugandan says his team can still comfortably clinch the title with their current lead of seven points.

"We came here looking for a win but I think they defended well. We did our best and created chances but we didn't take our chances," Onyango told Soccer Laduma.

"We want to win the league title and there are ten games to go. We need to score goals and win games for us to stand the chance of winning the title. It's good we didn't lose but we need to win games."

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