Maritzburg United burly striker Judas Moseamedi has warned Kaizer Chiefs and sent a message to Amakhosi defender Eric Mathoho.
The KZN club dumped Chiefs out of the 2019 Telkom Knockout semifinals with Moseamedi running riot and netting a brace in the process.
Ahead of their Absa Premiership blockbuster clash against The Glamour Boys on Sunday at Harry Gwala Stadium, Moseamedi expects to continue where he left off.
“I’ll just play the same way I played against them when we played in the semifinal,” says Moseamedi.
“I was happy, it’s a good thing when people talk about you and like praise you (referring to people’s reaction after the game against Chiefs) and then it helps you to grow as a person and you just need to improve and hope that you don’t go down from that position and make sure you play as good as your last game,” says the former Cape Town City man.
Amakhosi will welcome Eric Mathoho back who was missing against Maritzburg in their last outing due to suspension but Moseamedi is unfazed by the prospect of facing ‘Tower’.
“Personally, angisabi muntu mina [I don’t fear anyone]. The defenders plan for all their opponents and I also plan for all my opponents so yeah if things go according to plan, it won’t matter who’s playing or not playing it doesn’t really matter,” insists Moseamedi.
By Ntobeko Mbambo