“It’s always a difficult team to play against Arrows,” says Mamelodi Sundowns striker Kermit Erasmus ahead of today’s DStv Premiership clash against Golden Arrows at Loftus Stadium.
This encounter has always provided mouthwatering entertainment for their fans, and Erasmus says this afternoon’s clash would not be any different.
“I think our preparations have been good, we are not too worried about the danger that they possess, but we are more focused on how we can capitalize on their weaknesses and what we have planned for tomorrow’s game,” says Erasmus.
“It’s always a difficult team to play against, they always play on the counter and they have quick front three players. It will be a tough game, but I think if we can contain them with their front three and we put pressure on the ball and not let them have time and space to play the long balls behind us then I think we stand a chance in getting the maximum points.”
“Our camp is always interesting, it’s something that I always look forward to as a player to being a part of. The brotherhood in the team is amazing, we can only go from strength to strength from here and with the games that are still coming up.
“It has shown in the past games that we have been sticking together and fighting for one another, we’ve been working hard and sticking as a unit. At the end of the day the team [needs to] win games and without one another we wouldn’t be where we are at the moment and as a collective we are much more powerful and a force to be reckoned with and we are looking forward to the games as they come,” concluded Erasmus.