Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Themba Zwane admitted that he needs to find more consistency at the Brazilians after his piece of skill against Polokwane City got tongues wagging.
The man known as Mshishi put in a star performance in the 2-0 victory over Rise and Shine on Tuesday night. The midfielder grabbed the supporters imagination with an outrageous piece of skill during the game, as he slipped the ball through Sbusiso Mbonani legs.
Speaking to the clubs official website, Zwane relived the moment, ‘I saw that he was coming with speed and power while the ball was rolling towards my direction. I decided to just put the ball in between his legs and I gave him a shibobo.
‘But I wasn’t happy with my final pass to Lebohang Maboe after that move. I apologised to Mbonani after the game but he told me that he would get me in the second round.’
Zwane also revealed that he is not happy to only produce moments of sublime skill and magic but he also wants to add consistency to his game which will take him to the next level.
‘I need to work on [my] consistency,’ Zwane said. ‘That’s very important. I need to improve in terms of finishing and making the right decisions in the final third because if you check here at Sundowns, each and every game we play we need to be on a high and deliver because there are a lot of players here who have quality.
‘You need to work for your place. This season I want to work hard. I want to play as many games as I can.’
The midfielder also revealed that his team have learned from their slow starts and are looking to rectify that this season.
‘We normally start the season very slow and that’s why we start slow but this time it will change.
‘We sat down as players and talked about the fact that we have won all the trophies except this one. Now it’s time we get this one,’ concluded Mshishi.