Second-placed Sundowns are level on points (40) with top of the table side Orlando Pirates, while Cape Town City are just a point behind them in third place. Bidvest Wits and SuperSport United are also in the race, with 38 and 35 points respectively.
The next few weeks in the PSL will be interesting as clubs battle it out for the biggest prize in local football.
“Every coach would want to have safety of a good lead neh? But life is not about that. Sometimes it happens, especially in Spain with Barca and Juve [in Italy] and we used to find that in the Netherlands, where you know Ajax [Amsterdam] is going to run [away] with it. But I think it’s good for football, it’s good for media, it’s good for everybody,” Mosimane said.
“If I had a 15 point lead I would be comfortable because I will now see other players [in the team], I can do what I want. But when we won the league with 71 points with three games still to go, what did we do? We respected everybody in the league, everybody in the top eight, in the relegation also. You have to play fair and play right.”