It is Teboho Moloi's time to shine in the PSL, says Pitso Mosimane

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Masandawana's coach has hailed his opposite number after they were recently held to a draw by the Chilli Boys

Mamelodi Sundowns were recently held to goalless draw against a rejuvenated Chippa United in Port Elizabeth.

The draw signalled yet another impressive point for the Chilli Boys, while for Sundowns it only further proved how inconstant they have been this season . But despite the solitary point, Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane chose not to dwell too much on his team’s mistakes but rather lauded the quality of the opposition.

"We could have had a better outcome today (Saturday) but Chippa were well prepared," Mosimane was quoted by Sowetan as saying.

"We had a game last week Tuesday and some of the guys didn't have the legs to carry out a good performance in this match - hence us having had to replace Khama Billiat in the second half.

"We brought on three attackers because we really wanted a win but Chippa had locked all avenues. Chippa fought a good fight, they held their ground," he explained.

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Meanwhile, Mosimane also chose to heap praise on his opposition number Teboho Moloi, stating that it could be his time to shine after his stellar start to managerial proceedings in the Eastern Cape.

"I think coach Teboho Moloi is doing a good job and this is his time to shine," he concluded.