- Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane shared his frustration after the match against Orlando Pirates
- Mosimane felt that Kaizer Chiefs and Pirates fans ganged up against his team in Orlando
- Although Mosimane wasn't happy about the Soweto 'coalition', he reminded everyone about Sundowns and his own high ranking on the global club log
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Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane was a disgruntled man following the 1-0 loss to Orlando Pirates on Wednesday.
Briefly.co.za reported on the match and the fact that luck was not on the side from Mamelodi.
Aside from the result, Mosimane took exception to the fact that Chiefs and Pirates fans united against his men.
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Mosimane said, "It's never easy to find a coalition. I saw the whole Soweto, black and white, gold and black, together."
Amakhosi fans cheered Pirates on as the result leaves Sundowns lagging in the title race.
The Downs mentor added, "Then I knew, Mamelodi Sundowns has become a problem in the country."
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However, KickOFF.com also reported that Mosimane reminded fans of the world club rankings.
As a result of Sundowns' high standing, Mosimane says that he is at peace with the current state of affairs.
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