Mamelodi Sundowns team captain, Hlompho Kekana says that playing against Kaizer Chiefs is a scary feeling.
The two sides will lock horns in the opening encounter of the 2018/19 Absa Premiership campaign, this time with three points at stake.
Sundowns recently claimed a 2-1 victory over Chiefs in the inaugural Shell Helix Cup competition.
“It is going to be an interesting one because you know playing against Chiefs, we always looking forward to it even though it is a scary feeling but we love it and we want to do well for the club,” Kekana told the media.
“For us we are always scared to play against Chiefs, as you know, playing against them is not an easy task for us but we will try and do well. We will try to win the match.”
The midfielder then went on to reveal that his side is still trying to solve their goalscoring problem, also adding that he is happy with what the new signings have shown so far.
“Ourselves, we are our biggest challenge. You (can’t) win if you don’t score goals, so we are still in the process of trying to build and rectify the things in terms of goals because we lost two important players that went to other clubs.”
“I am very happy with the progress, I think they showed that they can do well for the club. I was happy to see them playing against Togo Sport on Friday night and seeing them come out of their shells so early,” he said.