Mosimane reacts to 'Matorokisi' dance

Premiership

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has hailed his club's supporters for their new dance 'Matorokisi' which they displayed at Loftus Stadium on Wednesday.

Sundowns players and supporters celebrated their 1-0 win over AmaZulu in the league match in Tshwane in great style when they danced to the latest 'Matorokisi' invented by music artists Makhadzi and DJ Call Me in their latest release currently trending in the country.

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Brazilians players and fans normally stay behind after every match to dance to drums led by midfielder Tiyani Mabunda but on Wednesday they danced to a different style.

"They like to put on the show. Sundowns supporters like to on a show and many people follow up," said Mosimane.

"I have seen other guys have drums now. I said it's okay, it's good. I see other people when the match finishes they stay a little bit behind and clap hands like Sundowns.

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"It's good, it's a good thing, everyone joins in, one big family. It's not that because you started it, it's yours. It's good for everybody, let the mood go in the country. Let's all clap hands after even if you lose.

"The big one is when you lose and they stay, they clap hands and sing. When you lose not many teams can do that. Everybody goes after losing. Ours stay."

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