Brockie has been with the Tshwane giants but had not scored until he pounced on a rebound ball in the 53rd minute to give Masandawana the lead against Amakhosi which was his first goal in the coloures of Sundowns.
Mkhulise – a graduate of the Sundowns development academy who spent the last two seasons on loan at National First Division teams Black Leopards and Richards Bay FC – also gave an impressive performance.
“I am happy for Brockie… he broke the duck and worked really hard. He stresses a lot sometimes. On my side I have to get him more time on the pitch,” said Mosimane.
On Mkhulisi he said: “He is a good boy. He has nice touches but he had cramps towards the end because he is not used to this level.”
Mosimane also revealed that there is a 23-year-old attacker he had identified to replace Percy Tau who has joined English Premiership side Brighton and Albion Hove.
“I had Percy and Khama (Billiat) scoring and now I am scraping barrel to try and find a scorer. There is a 23 year old we have our eye on but it might be difficult to get him. He wants to come but when we try to buy a player the price goes up,” said Mosimane without giving away any more information on the player.