Mamelodi Sundowns manager, Pitso Mosimane conceded that facing against Golden Arrows was a difficult game.
The Brazilians are in the crucial stages of their league title run, coming that much closer to securing glory after recording a win over Golden Arrows earlier this week.
However, the test is not yet over for the Sundowns, as they still have to come up against the likes of Maritzburg United and Ajax Cape Town in order to clinch their much needed four points to go all the way to win the Absa Premiership title.
Speaking after the Arrows clash, Mosimane lamented just how difficult it was facing Arrows at this crucial time of the season.
“Tough game, to be honest, I think arrows played well but we were much better and much experienced. At the end, it became end to end stuff, something we did not want, but we had to go also to the other side to try and score the second goal and it keeps, it draws you that you might score the second goal even though you don’t want to open it to be end to end but you know that you score the second goal, it is done, will deflate everything of them but it never happened. Difficult game,” he said.