Cape Town - Mamelodi
Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says that Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt
is right to suggest that games in hand cannot be considered as points in
The Brazilians have a four-game-in-hand advantage over Wits, who they trail by just six points in the Premiership.
In addition, Downs have fives games in hand over league leaders
SuperSport United and six to be played to gain parity with Cape Town
Theoretically, it puts Masandawana in a commanding position when the
league resumes in February, but Mosimane is not taking anything for
granted. The PSL and African champions ended 2016 with a victory over
Baroka on Thursday evening.
The 52-year-old told reporters: "We've been playing football for 17
months. We need the holiday now. We got our three points. We are behind
in the games. Hunt is right, that games in hand are not games won, but
one game at a time. We are not looking at the table."
Sundowns begin 2017 with a clash against Bloemfontein Celtic on 8
February. The action gets underway from 19:30 at the Dr. Petrus Molemela