Mosimane: Football Is Amazing
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane revealed his delight at his side returning to winning ways following their 5-0 victory against SuperSport United.
The Brazilians put an end to their five-game winless streak with a 5-0 thumping of SuperSport and Mosimane suggested that his team just played their normal game and just converted their chances.
"I think we broke the ice you know, you when luck is with you sometimes," Mosimane said after the game.
"I'm not saying we are lucky to win I'm talking about the first goal that deflects and look at the first two that Percy got one-on-one with the keeper, the first two, three minutes and I was saying 'oh is it our night again' and we still in the same space.
"But luck came and the ball deflected and the rest of the goals were just right decisions and applying the right technique in front of the goals.
"But we have been playing like this, we just haven't been scoring. I am happy for the boys. I am happy for them, everybody is singing now you know it is unbelievable. I feel sorry for them, for the loss, 5/6 games and they haven't converted but ya, thank God tonight we broke the ice and Sundowns today converted chances I can tell you it could have been like this at the last three or four openings, but thank God tonight we inside," he added.
When asked if he felt that the result could see his team turn the corner on their recent bad run of form - the former Bafana Bafana mentor highlighted the magnitude of the encounter, but maintained that it's all about the three points.
"You can say that because it is a Derby and for me it is not about the Derby it's three points, who we play against doesn't matter. It's three points and it is so unbelievable, you know what it is so unbelievable how football works. Football is really really amazing. You can play well in a game, but tonight we won - but this is Sundowns, when the ball goes through we can do anything it doesn't matter who we play against.
"I am happy for the fans, I am happy for the boys. For the last 4 or 5 games I've been stressed. And they find their confidence and the people have found their voices, we are the last ones to talk," he concluded.