Sundowns aiming for 71-POINT RECORD

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MAMELODI Sundowns co-mentor Rulani Mokwena says it is feasible to break the 71 focuses mark this season which they accomplished in the 2015-16 mission.

The 71-point mark was the objective by Sundowns last season later the triplet of mentors – Manqoba Mngqithi, Mokwena, and Steve Komphela supplanted Pitso Mosimane.

In any case, while they won the association title, they couldn't arrive at that objective as they completed on 67, only four focuses short.

With how they have continued ahead this season with 40 focuses later 16 matches, the arrival of focuses is superior to that of last season's later a similar number of games.

This time last season, Sundowns had acquired 36 focuses, which is four shy of what they have accomplished.

From the following 14 matches, Sundowns need 31 focuses to approach the 2015-16 season's count, the most noteworthy focus accomplished in the PSL time since the association design was changed from 18 to 16 groups in front of the 2002-03 season.

While Sundowns look relentless and just one association misfortune in 46 matches under the threesome of mentors, they are bound to break that imprint.

"It's very conceivable," said Mokwena.

The previous Chippa United mentor then, at that point, altered his perspective, saying they are not occupied with pursuing records.

"Yet, as I said prior, we are not in the space of pursuing records. We are here to oversee exhibitions.

"Since exhibitions are important for the cycle, and when the exhibitions are great, then, at that point, you tick the pail corresponding to dominating matches which is the thing that we are here to do.

"The subsequent results of winning football matches is to win titles and prizes, which is the thing that we are occupied with doing at Mamelodi Sundowns.

"This foundation is tied in with winning, dominating every game. In any case, to do that, you need to ensure that you are at the perfect degree of execution and the ideal degree of concentration, and this is the thing that these players do; they perform at the right power and right animosity on the right pitch.

"We talked regarding what kind of group we need to be and you can see that we are a group, not many individuals like to play against. We have an exceptionally off-kilter method of playing, extremely estimated."

Dusks last season nearly went above and beyond without a loss, yet Kaizer Chiefs halted them in round number 22.

This season where they have ruled from the off with no loss in 16 matches, they went 14 games without surrendering an objective returning to the extent that last season, which is a record in the PSL.

Mentor Mngqithi and Mokwena have cleared every single month-to-month grant, as well, winning the two of them so.

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