Watch as Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane and midfielder Tiyani Mabunda, as well as Orlando Pirates coach Milutin Sredojevic, speak to the media following the stalemate between the two sides in their Absa Premiership title showdown on Monday evening.
The sides went into the encounter separated by just three points at the summit of the Absa Premiership, with Sundowns topping the pile, while Pirates were in at second.
With the title showdown set to go down to the wire, the draw at the Orlando Stadium was more welcome in the Sundowns camp than the Pirates one.
FT || @orlandopirates 0-0 @Masandawana.
The visitors will be the happier of the sides with the point, having survived key decisions in the early stages. Bucs were good value for money going forward, as Jele & Co. settle for a clean sheet
☠️👆🏾☠️👆🏾☠️#OnceAlways #AbsaPrem pic.twitter.com/lW5IdDTADd
— Orlando Pirates FC (@orlandopirates) April 1, 2019
Mosimane was visibly buoyant at what he called a massive point, while Sredojevic was upset after claiming his side had outplayed Downs in all departments besides the one that counts, scoring goals.
Downs next face a Al Ahly in a massive Caf Champions League semi-final on Saturday, while the Sea Robbers will turn their attention to another game that could have huge implications on the title race as they face Bidvest Wits on Saturday afternoon.
Watch Mosimane and Mabunda’s full interview:
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Watch Sredojevic’s full interview:
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