Pitso can't forsee PSL title as Sundowns lose ground on Chiefs

Mamelodi Sundowns are nine points behind Kaizer Chiefs with a game in hand in the PSL title race, but the Brazilians are not going to give up without a fight
Sundowns are currently in second position, behind AmaKhosi, and their 1-0 defeat against Orlando Pirates leaves them with a lot of catching up to do.

However coach Pitso Mosimane doesn't believes the Bucs defeat will be a major blow for Sundowns title aspirations.

"This thing is a marathon. You can't dictate, you can't foresee, because you can't tell the results of forthcoming games," Mosimane told the media.

"We concentrate on ourselves to be the best we can. We look at ourselves and we don't look at our neighbours," Mosimane added.

Meanwhile AmaZulu have signed Zambian international striker Bornwell Mwape. The 22-year-old signed a three-year contract from Nchanga Rangers.

Coach Craig Rosslee is believed to have pulled of this 'great signing' under the noses of big South African clubs.