Sead Ramovic continues salvo towards Mamelodi Sundowns, Rulani Mokwena

Sead Ramovic continues salvo towards Mamelodi Sundowns, Rulani Mokwena

TS Galaxy head coach Sead Ramovic is adamant they outclassed Mamelodi Sundowns in their chaotic DStv Premiership encounter on Tuesday evening.

Galaxy were unable to blemish Sundowns' perfect league run this season as the two sides played to a 1-1 draw at Mbombela Stadium, where things got overly heated and resulted in police having to intervene at the full-time whistle.

The Rockets took the lead through former Kaizer Chiefs development player Puso Dithejane in the 78th minute, but Sundowns restored parity via Peter Shalulile’s header seven minutes later, though Ramovic insisted the hosts were the better team on the night.

"I think we dominated the game, we outclassed them. We just believed in how we play, and we should have won, but in my heart we won the game," said the Serbian.

"Because we showed we cannot just win with million dollar players, we can also win with million dollar attitude like theirs, so I have to give a lot of credit to my players.

"It was unbelievable the way they played, and everything else is just too much – I don't want to talk about this 'sunshine'."

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Ramovic then continued his salvo, further suggested that Sundowns' huge transfer budget ought to be invested in the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Lionel Messi in order to beat Galaxy, while advising Mokwena improve his coaching education.

"I think that we showed the quality we have, my staff, and me as a coach, because to spend over R200 million for players, my advise is maybe he should buy Mbappe, or Ronaldo and Messi so that he can beat us maybe the next time," he continued.

"Or maybe he should get the highest education as a coach because this is what he doesn't have, but all in all we are happy. All the credit, all the attention should go to my players, and that's it."

[Ed's note: Mokwena holds a CAF A Licence, while Ramovic holds a UEFA Pro Licence, with the Serbian thereby of the the view that his qualification is superior to that of one of South Africa's most successful coaches.]

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