Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane says all the pressure to win the Premiership is on leaders Kaizer Chiefs.
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Amakhosi are at the top of the league table with a four-point lead over Sundowns, who have a game in hand, and Mosimane has reminded the Soweto giants that it’s their title to lose.
“For me, it’s always about winning the next match, that’s my attitude. Some people say you’ve won this and you’ve won that,” Mosimane told SundayTimes print version.
“So, what else inspires you? I always say top coaches want to win everything. We’ve done the treble, in fact, we won four [2015/16].
“In those nine games, big clubs [Pirates and Chiefs] are coming. Who can get maximum points in the remaining games? I don’t think anybody can really.
“The league is not in our hands, it’s in Chiefs’ hands. They don’t need anybody’s favour. All they have to do is win their remaining matches and they’re champions.”
Chiefs resume their league campaign on August 12 when they face Bidvest Wits, while Sundowns’ first league game is against Orlando Pirates on August 11.