Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Tiyani Mabunda was confident the team would find a way to rally back after falling behind in their win over Chippa United.
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The Brazilians moved level on points with Absa Premiership leaders Orlando Pirates with a 3-2 victory over the Chilli Boys on Tuesday afternoon.
Mark Mayambela gave the visitors an early led, but Hlompho Kekana pulled Sundowns level, which Mabunda was grateful for.
“First I would like to thank the supporters to come in numbers especially on a Tuesday. It was a difficult game to play," Langerman told SuperSport after the game.
“It was a good tempo for both teams. Chippa they fought and came back, but we managed to hold onto the three points
“We knew we would score. It was coming. They were lucky to score first, but Hlompho is our captain and always lead by example and he managed to get us into the game,” Langerman said.
A double-save in time added on from Kennedy Mweene prevented a draw, with Langerman saying it was his turn to save the team.
“That was a great save by Kennedy. We have been doing the job, so this time he needed to do the job for us,” he said.