Mamelodi Sundowns duo Cassius Mailula and Thapelo Morena were left impressed with the work done by the technical team after their 3-1 win over Coton Sport in the CAF Champions League.
Sundowns maintained their perfect start in Group B after thrashing Coton Sport 3-1 this past weekend, with Mailula getting a brace in Garoua, Cameroon.
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Mailula, who has also been scoring goals regularly in the domestic scene, says he's happy with his form and praised the technical team for their win over Coton Sport.
"We played very well as a team, it's not about me because the guys help me to actually get myself in good positions and always give me the right details, what to do and what not to do," Mailula told Sundowns media after the game.
"So I'm very happy about myself by scoring but I think I can actually do more by keeping on scoring and never get tired of scoring.
"And I also want to thank the analysis guys and the technical team because we were very on the spot, everything that we planned, it actually happened in the game, so I'm very happy," he said.
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Morena also alluded that their preparations for the game was spot on, as everything came out as planned.
"The game was a bit difficult but whatever we've done at training it was spot on and some of the goals really came out from the training pitch," Morena said to the club's media department.
"It's very important getting six points in two games, it's one thing we've been looking forward to because we know there's a great possibility when it's like this if we get three points away, when we go home we might as well take the maximum points.
"My heart is always open to help the team and every time I play I'm always happy. My mind is always open to be in the field of play and every opportunity that I get I present my level best," he said.
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Sundowns will travel to Cairo to take on Al Ahly on Saturday evening and the utility player also looked forward to the encounter.
"It's very important to go back home and prepare for Al Ahly the way we've been preparing for every game and when we get to Cairo we just hope that whatever we do in the training pitch will also present itself (like) the game we played (against Coton Sport)," he added.
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