Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune will have a tough task on hand as he aims to shake off the loss against AmaZulu. Former Bafana Bafana keeper Shuaib Walters believes that Khune can bounce back and that his experienced will help him to move on.
“Conceding four goals where with two of them he knows he should have done better. I don’t think Khune has a problem with the mental aspects of the game. I think he is probably one of the best when it comes to bouncing back from a game even when he knows that he could have done better with the goals he conceded,” Walters told Thisisfootball.Africa.
“As a keeper one of the fundamentals I teach my keepers is to have a ‘goldfish memory’. You need to forget and close off the errors you made as quickly as possible”.
Sundowns will be a tough task for the Soweto giants, and the reigning Dstv Premiership might take advantage of a wounded Chiefs. Chiefs have lost six games in the league so far after playing 16 games and occupy 4th position. The one-time Glamour Boys are currently in the middle of a bad run having lost 3 games, drawn one and won one in the last five games.
Sundowns will aim to continue their winning streak against Chiefs. The Nedbank reigning champions have won all their last five games in the league so far and enjoy a 14-point lead at the top of the log. Form says an easy victory for Downs, but football often defies form.
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