The Tshwane giants had been pissed off by Vhadau Vha Damani within the first-half, however they dominated the match after the beginning they usually scored twice
Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Manqoba Mngqithi has praised his colleague Rhulani Mokwena for his tactical modifications in opposition to Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) on Tuesday.
Masandawana got here again to defeat Vhadau Vha Damani 3-1 in a PSL match which was performed at Peter Mokaba Stadium and the win noticed the Tshwane giants lengthen their result in six factors on the prime of the league standings.
Mngqithi disclosed that Mokwena was the rationale behind Lyle Lakay and Thapelo Morena switching flanks within the second half which noticed the guests rating twice via Siphelele Mkhulise and Sibusiso Vilakazi.
“It was simply an opinion that got here from coach Rhulani. It was an excellent opinion as a result of we realised they opened just a little little bit of area on the within they usually give us an opportunity to place these diagonals,” Mngqithi instructed SuperSport TV.
“Thapelo did the identical on this facet [left] as effectively however sadly they weren’t exact, and when Lyle got here inside he might have simply scored a aim the primary occasion the place he performed the ball within the close to put up.”
Mngqithi and Mokwena are serving as Sundowns co-coaches with the opinion of the previous prevailing when there is not consensus.
Sundowns took a 2-1 lead when left-back Lakay’s cross from the fitting was headed house by Mkhulise, earlier than Vilakazi sealed the 3-1 win with Peter Shalulile offering the help.
“However I need to give credit score to educate Rhulani as a result of it was his thought and we felt it was an excellent thought and it actually labored for us as a result of we didn’t have numerous strain from their wingers,” he continued.
“So, ours was how can we apply ourselves offensively to create alternatives by utilizing these diagonals from the other facet as a result of they overload one facet.
“And open on the opposite facet and we had numerous moments that had been created in consequence and credit score should be given to educate Rhulani for that.”
Sundowns have now turned their consideration to their last Caf Champions League Group B match at Loftus Versfeld Stadium on April 9.
The Tshwane giants have already certified for the quarter-finals of Africa’s most prestigious membership competitors.