- Tiyani Mabunda shares his coach's beliefs that the Kaizer Chiefs are benefiting from referees' decisions
- The Sundowns midfielder opened up about match officials 'assisting' Amakhosi ahead of the clash this weekend
- Mabunda revealed Pitso Mosimane said he's waiting for the time where 'things go sour' for the Chiefs
Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane controversially alleged that Kaizer Chiefs are favoured when it comes to penalty appeals, and Tiyani Mabunda shares the outspoken coach's belief.
Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Mabunda opened up about the upcoming match against the Kaizer Chiefs.
The midfielder said that Mosimane is speaking the truth and that they have seen how referees are assisting the Amakhosi side.
"I heard my coach saying that he is waiting for a time when things will go sour for them and we will see if they will still get support from the referees as they are now."
The midfielder opened up about the Sundowns playing its third game in seven days while hosting the Chiefs on Sunday.
The Brazilians took on AmaZulu and Highlands Park this week while Chiefs' last match was on 19 October.
However, Mabunda is adamant that it won't affect his team's performance on Sunday.
On Thursday, Briefly.co.za reported on Khama Billiat's reaction to playing against this former team, the Mamelodi Sundowns, in a top-of-the-table clash.
Billiat feels he doesn't owe Sundowns any favours and will go all-out to secure victory for the Amakhosi.
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