Mamelodi Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana has explained why they are able to play without any fear at the moment.
The defending league champions remain one of three unbeaten teams in the DSTV Premiership and go into their next clash against Bloemfontein Celtic ‘without fear’, according to their skipper.
After dropping points against Tshwane rivals SuperSport United in a goalless draw over the weekend, Sundowns are top of the table on goal difference but have an opportunity to go three points clear ahead of second-placed Moroka Swallows.
“Obviously it’s so refreshing going into this match, knowing that we have not lost a match this season. It gives the team a breather to play without fear, without any doubts. It gives us more motivation to look for more wins and more good performances. We want to continue with the good run we are having,” Kekana told the Sundowns media department.
“Playing against Celtic is not going to be an easy match because they are playing a very awkward system. We’ve worked so hard to prepare for Celtic and at the same time, we know that we are playing at home and our objective is to make sure we get the three points. We stand a chance because the boys look ready. I hope we win the match.”