- Pitso Mosimane has once again lashed at the players of an opposition team
- This time, Orlando Pirates midfielder, Makaringe came under fire from the Sundowns coach
- Mosimane accused the player of showboating and said the incident was not good for football
Pitso Mosimane expressed frustration at Orlando Pirates midfielder Fortune Makaringe's showboating during a clash with the team on Wednesday. The game ended in defeat for Sundowns after a first half Buccaneer goal.
A visibly flustered Mosimane hit out at the showboating of Makaringe one minute before the hour mark. He took the ball after it went out of play and copied the Pirates midfielder's actions. He then threw his hand out in frustration.
According to Sport24, Mosimane said that he was upset by the incident. He said it was not good for football. Mosimane said that he did not want to be critical of the young player because he had a good game without the stunts.
Orlando Pirates swept past the Mamelodi outfit after Gabadinho Mhango struck his fourth goal in two games. Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer has now won three in four fixtures since his appointment.
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