Mamelodi Sundowns coach Manqoba Mngqithi has given credit to the unsung heroes who have played a key role to get the club where it is today.
Sundowns have proven to be a class above the rest this season, with an unbeaten run in the DSTV Premiership, while they are well on their way to defending the Nedbank Cup final.
The Brazilians will take on Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila in the Nedbank Cup semi-finals on Sunday, April 18.
"The technical team and our support staff. We are working very well and everybody is working hard. The medical team is bringing players back. We don't have too many players injured at this stage. The support staff is doing their best to make sure the team is focusing on the performance. The administrative staff and the team has really done extremely. The yellow nation (Sundowns supporters) is forever behind us. I think everything is coming together.
"We must also thank our president for affording us the opportunity and supporting us with the resources we have because not many teams have substitutes likes Hlompho Kekana and Lesedi Kapinga coming into the match. That is proper team work, where all departments are coming together and making the team to look good. The coaches I work with are working very hard. Our analysts are doing their best.
"I even made mention of coach Wendel (Robinson), our goalkeeper coach. Our goalkeepers have done really well and we never really give credit to these people. It's important that we must acknowledge everyone from the team.