Nyandoro warns rivals

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“I am not a regular scorer so I cherish every moment, every time I score a goal. It is more exciting if it is a winning goal, it makes it more special,” says the 27-year-old midfielder.

Nyandoro adds that the team’s hard fought 1-0 victory over Free State Stars on Saturday had put the Brazilians in good stead to up the tempo in the second half of the season that resumes in February.

The Brazilians have put their dreadful form behind them and would come back from the break, a much improved outfit who will win a third successive title.

“It would be folly for the other teams to think we are out of the reckoning. We are the defending champions and as such every team is focused on beating us. But when the second half of the season resumes, we will be out to retain our title,” Nyandoro adds confidently on the eve of his departure to Zimbabwe for a well deserved breather.

The seven-week break comes as a relief to Sundowns, as it would enable them to go back to the drawing board.