- Pitso Mosimane does not think the Kaizer Chiefs can dethrone the Sundowns
- Mosimane challenged Amakhosi to run in his lane
- The Sundowns coach threw shade at the Chiefs despite them being at the top of the Absa Premiership standings
The Kaizer Chiefs might be at the top of the Absa Premiership log, but Pitso Mosimane does not feel threatened by them.
According to Mamelodi Sundowns coach, the Amakhosi side still has a long way to go to play in their league.
Mosimane pointed out that his team won the league championship four times, back-to-back, and they have won the CAF Champions League.
The Sundowns have been competing in CAF Champions League for the last six years, IOL reported.
Aside from the Brazilians, Bidvest Wits is the only other South African team that competed in the continent’s premier club knockout competition.
“You have to run the same Comrades Marathon and then you can tell me about Comrades Marathon. As long as you don’t run this Comrades Marathon, you don’t understand it because you don’t know that you are forced to make changes," Mosimane said after his team won AmaZulu 2-0.
Mosimane added that "well-rested teams" cannot deem themselves to be in competition with the likes of his Sundowns, who play at least three times a week and travel extensively.
Briefly.co.za learned the Sundowns coach said that the other teams should "know their space" and play in their lanes.
“Don’t talk from the slow lane," Mosimane added.
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