Uruguayan attacker Gaston Sirino would like to end what was a successful campaign with Mamelodi Sundowns by winning the Nedbank Cup on Saturday evening.
The Brazilians will go head to head against Bloemfontein Celtic in the final at the Orlando Stadium.
The 29-year-old has already bagged 12 goals and assisted a further 10 from 40 games across all competitions.
However, Sirino has already won two trophies this season, including the Telkom Knockout Cup and the Absa Premiership title with a chance to win a treble.
‘At Sundowns it is all about winning, the moment you join the club, that is instilled in your DNA. It doesn’t matter who your opponents are, we are all about winning. It feels good to win trophies, we are about that,’ Sirino told his club’s official website.
‘We have two trophies already and we are going to fight for the third one. It will be a great way to close the season, it was a tough season for everyone and we showed character and we fought all the way. Now we have the last game and we go rest and prepare for next season.’
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