Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimana says he has no shame benefiting from the referee’s decision that denied Maritzburg United a late equaliser in the Telkom Knockout final on Saturday.

Sundowns won the match 2-1, but it was Maritzburg who were left feeling hard done by after Judas Moseamedi’s goal in second-half stoppage time was ruled out for offside.

“My heart stopped, I thought it’s a goal, thank God I saw the linesman raising the flag, I don’t know if it’s offside or not, if it’s, I benefited and I have no shame!” Mosimane told SuperSport TV, according to Soccer Laduma.

“Some people have been getting all these benefits, I will get them, I want them for five games in a row. I’ve got no shame on that. It is the way it is in this Premier League, it’s a jungle!”

Mosimane was giving reference to some refereeing blunders that have happened in the South African PSL this season. One such incident went against his team in the 2-0 defeat to Kaizer Chiefs in October.