Ajax Cape Town’s Mario Booysen says that SuperSport United are not the only team who will be going into this week’s encounter suffering from bruises.
The Tshwane giants missed out on lifting the CAF Confederations Cup trophy on Saturday, after suffering a 2-1 loss on aggregate to TP Mazembe in the final of the competition.
Now, Matsatsantsa will turn all their focus to their Absa Premiership League campaign and will get back to business by hosting Ajax on Wednesday, November 29.
Speaking to the media, Booysen, who was recently on the books of SuperSport, thinks that both Ajax and the Tshwane giants are currently bruised, as both sides failed to salvage a win on the weekend.
“Obviously they are a bit bruised and they’re thinking about it. But we are also a bit bruised because we had to win the game on Saturday but I think we have to take advantage of that, we have to stick to our game plan but it is all about our attitude. We have to apply ourselves in a professional manner whereby we go for it. We will go there and we will play our game plan and stick to what we know and obviously to go for a win,” he said.