Mamelodi Sundowns co-mentor Rulani Mokwena says the group should have a zero capacity to bear botches after Denis Onyango was shipped off against Sekhukhune United.
The DStv Premiership pioneers returned to winning ways with a 2-0 accomplishment over Sekhukhune on Saturday evening.
The hosts completed the game with ten men after Onyango was provided his walking orders in the last five minutes, however Mokwena noticed the slip-ups paving the way to the shipping off.
"Indeed, examine football these things occur, Denis will consistently remain Denis yet what is significant for him is to check and break down..
"I generally say to individuals there's five errors or six preceding the real mix-up that we see and on occasion we just spotlight on the end result.
"There was a development of specific components and surprisingly at that time, the back pass, then, at that point, we get to the back pass of Grant Kekana and we got to the back pass of Mosa and even before Grant passes to Mosa, Mosa is saying, there's a striker, since they were two "don't give it to me" however at that point it comes he needed to respond a tad on the grounds that there's tension coming to him,
"However, alright great, this is the value we pay for being a side that plays from the back, a group that forms it's circumstances from the back yet we need to remove the mix-ups on the grounds that we need to get to the level where we're vieing for the [CAF] Champions League. It's vital that we get to that level where we have zero capacity to bear botches."
Mokwena likewise remarked on the punishment occurrence after TV replays showed Peter Shalulile's shot hitting Nyiko Mobbie on his stomach inside the crate.
"Not yet [seen the punishment incident] however from where I was sitting it resembled a punishment yet I remain to be amended in light of the fact that I haven't seen it yet," he added.
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