Mamelodi Sundowns forward Kermit Erasmus is looking forward to face his former team Orlando Pirates in tomorrow’s DSTV Premiership clash.
Erasmus, who joined Sundowns from Cape Town City at the start of the season, has fitted in very well at Chloorkop so far, though has had a few niggling injuries.
He has featured in five games so far, scoring twice, and is looking forward to add his to tally.
Erasmus says Pirates are a good attacking team, and he is expecting a difficult game, but is confident they can come out victorious..
“Pirates are a very attacking and ball-playing team, they use their width properly. It will be a difficult game but if we stick to the plan we are working on anything can happen and we have been creating chances and we just need to convert them. It will be an entertaining game for the people to watch,” Erasmus told the Sundowns website.
“We compliment each other on the field of play and we always try to find space and look for one another and not be selfish in front of the goals,” Erasmus says about his budding combination with Peter Shalulile and Themba Zwane.
“We know it is all about the team, it’s the team before the individual. If the team wins we are happy and we have shown no selfishness amongst each other and it has been good for the team and us.”