Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane
has reiterated the importance of Themba Zwane to the Brazilians after
the victory over SuperSport United.
Zwane was a notable absentee in the 1-0 defeat to Orlando Pirates in
Soweto last Wednesday, due to having picked up his fourth booking of the
season in the game prior against Bidvest Wits.
But the 29-year-old returned for the Tshwane derby with SuperSport on
Sunday, scoring his side's first goal, while proving himself to be a
constant menace on attack with his intelligent movement and skill.
And Mosimane admits that when Zwane is involved, his side are a different beast.
"Whenever Mshishi is around, he plays the music. You know the story," the Masandawana mentor told KickOff.
"Look at the midfield today. It's more like we have one man or two
more people extra in the midfield because of Mshishi's movements. Him,
Vila and Sirino, they combine well. When these ones are on song, you see
the Sundowns play.
"Mshishi is very important to us. We can't talk about why he didn't play against Pirates, it's gone."
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