Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane was pleased with the performance of his side after they held league leaders Kaizer Chiefs to a 0-0 draw on Tuesday.
Sundowns played some slick football on the night but struggled with a final ball throughout. They did create a couple of good chances, but Mosimane believes that Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune was the difference.
"This was a big game, not just an ordinary game where everyone just plays. You see why Kaizer Chiefs have all the players playing for Bafana Bafana," he said.
"I think Itumeleng Khune... that's why he is number one in the country. He's the best - I said it... he's the best. I mean two great saves, unbelievable. What a good game.
"But we did well. We managed to stop Chiefs on counter, they are good. At one stage it was back-to-back counters. But I think we are organised, we look good. It's good we bring integrity to Sundowns and play proper games.
"Playing such big games, you don't clear opening chances. But we got two - Itumeleng denied us a win."