Platinum Stars defender Willem Mwedihanga has attributed Dikwena’s recent winning streak to hard work.
Dikwena beat Golden Arrows 2-0 at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace on Tuesday night to move to position eight on the Absa Premiership table. The win was Dikwena’s third consecutive. Mwedihanga, who joined Dikwena in January, tells Platinumstars.com that Cavin Johnson’s men have been hard at work.
“It’s actually great because everyone is working hard. We are assisting each other and we are fighting for one another so the results will be good. We feel good. You can see that our hard work is paying off. Actually our target is to keep doing more game by game. We will continue working hard more and supporting each other to keep the results coming,” said Mwedihanga.
On Tuesday night goals by midfielder Tintswalo Tshabalala and striker Bonginkosi Ntuli ensured Dikwena edge out the men from a KwaZulu Natal. The win sees Dikwena amass 26 points from 20 matches. Mwedihanga says Johnson and his technical team armed players ahead of the match.
“The game wasn’t really that hard because the technical team had prepared us for the type of match. They have done their homework. They have given us all the necessary information that we need to help us perform to the best of our abilities,” said the Namibian international.
The next assignment for Johnson and his men is away in the CAF Confederation Cup, where they will face Ugandan side Vipers Sports Club in Uganda this coming Saturday. Mwedihanga together with other players that signed in January will not be a part of the travelling team as they are not registered.