Cape Town – Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane has hit out at suggestions that his side are in crisis this season.
Following their quarter-final exit from the CAF Champions League and three defeats from their opening six Premiership games, some local media outlets have questioned the strength of the Brazilians squad.
While speculation has been rife that the age of Mosimane's squad will result in a decline in their recent success within South Africa and the continent – the former SuperSport United boss claims it's all about perspective.
And the statistics prove that there is certainly 'no crisis' at Chloorkop.
"No! No! No! Crisis? Are you serious? Crisis? How many games have I lost? Do you know how many I am still going to lose? Did you see the log? We don’t lose a lot," Mosimane told TimesLIVE.
"Have you checked in the last five years how many matches I have lost? In four years, out of 120, I have not lost more than 25 games.
"I think that I have done well. Crisis? No! Who lost less last year? Who scored more? Who is in the quarter-finals of the Champions League?"