Mamelodi Sundowns head teach Pitso Mosimane felt there was a handball in the lead up to Highlands Park’s opening goal Sundowns failed to impervious most factors for a 2d success Absa Premiership conflict after drawing 1-1 with the Lions of the North.
Peter Shalulile opened the scoring in the first half of with a nice finish, however Mosimane feels there was once a handball from the Nambian striker.
“Ja, tonight not happy. We had been simply killed via that early goal. I assume first-half we played, after the aim we played, we moved the ball around however in the latter ranges of the game we didn’t play enough,” Mosimane advised SuperSport after the match.
“It’s like the latter stages, the ultimate 15 minutes against [Orlando] Pirates. We didn’t play enough, we could have performed a little bit extra you know. Too a lot anxiety to attempt and score.
“First-half we ought to play a bit, you may want to see it [fluidity] coming [but] no longer in the second-half. But the first aim killed us. It regarded like there was once a hand that helped [Peter] Shalulile to bring the ball ahead to score, it appeared like, I don’t know.
“There’s too many hands in Dobsonville. There was once another hand against Pirates, there was once a hand [again] tonight. My opinion and if it is no longer there I’m comfortable to be wrong.”