Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane remains hopeful that his men can lift the Absa Premiership title this season, despite the hectic schedule they’ve had both domestically and on the continent.
Sundowns, who were knocked out of the CAF Champions League by Wydad Casablanca over the weekend, moved to the top of the league standings with a 2-0 victory over Golden Arrows on Tuesday night.
They have a chance of finishing the season with a domestic title in the cabinet following their exit from the Champions League.
'Jingles' remains hopeful that his team can clinch the league title this season.
"Let’s see what happens. It’s tough league,” said Mosimane.
"It’s been tough for us guys. We come from far, all the travelling, all the games, all the stresses and all the pressure. We went to Thohoyandou, oh that was a big one. I never thought we will come back, [but] we managed to come back. I said God works in mysterious ways. Sometimes he opens and sometimes closes, you may never know,” he added.
Sundowns would finish the season on 59 points if they manage to beat Free State Stars in Bethlehem on Saturday.