Mamelodi Sundowns coach Manqoba Mngqithi expressed one concern after their hard-fought victory over Black Leopards.
Sundowns came from a goal down to register a 2-1 victory over Lidoda Duvha, thanks to a brace from Namibian international Peter Shalulile, who was the supporters’ player of the month for December.
Sundowns have a three-point lead at the top of the standings.
“Upfront, I believe we can do better. We are getting a lot of good chances, but we are not really punishing opponents as much as we should be doing. And to be honest, that’s where I am a little bit worried. Even when we were one man down, I feel we could have easily scored three or four more goals because we got the opportunities, but we did not take them. But let’s not be greedy,” Mngqithi told the Sundowns media department.
“Let’s just appreciate the three points for now and appreciate the fact that the boys fought very hard for a big comeback. We cannot blame them. They are amongst one of the highest-scoring teams in the league and we cannot now suddenly see all the wrong things from them. I believe they are giving a good account of themselves.”