AmaZulu midfielder Tsepo Liphoko has expressed that they are now playing for their lives more than anyone else and that is how they intend approaching their remaining matches in the Absa Premiership.
The South Africa Under-20 player said wining is so important and they are treating each game seriously.
“There is hope that we can still remain in the PSL if we continue working hard. We are now playing to save our lives. Every player is aware of the importance of winning or at least what a point can do,” he said.
After their 1-0 victory over Free State Stars on Saturday, Usuthu will play Kaizer Chiefs on Thursday and Liphoko said each game is important and the mentality should not change.
“We are taking each game very seriously, irrespective of who we are playing against. We must keep on being positive. Yes, a point away from is ideal, but a win is a must and we are not expecting any defeats. We can’t afford to drop any points now,” said Liphoko.
AmaZulu are sitting on 20 points and ahead of them is Moroka Swallows and Free State Stars with 22 points eachShare