Pitso Mosimane, coach of the Mamelodi Sundowns, has no qualms about winning the Telkom Knockout final on Saturday night. The match was mired in controversy when Maritzburg United player, Judas Moseamedi, was denied an equaliser through an offside decision by the linesman.
This would have brought the score to 2-2, which could have changed the outcome of the game.
Mosimane addressed this in a post-match interview where he accepts that he benefited from a possible wrong decision according to goal.com.
"My heart stopped, I thought it was a goal. Thanks God the linesman raised the flag. I don't know if it's offside or not, If it's not, I benefitted and I have no shame."
"Some people have been getting all these benefits... I want them for five games in a row and I have no shame about that," he said.
Briefly.co.za learned that this is the second time the Mamelodi Sundowns have won the Telkom Knockout under Pitso Mosimane.
In other soccer news, earlier this month Briefly.co.za reported on the Kaizer Chiefs winning the lucrative ABSA premiership R1.5 million Q1 prize.
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