Ghana goalkeeper Razak Braimah made his debut for South African side Mamelodi Sundowns in their 2-1 win over Free States Stars.
Two moments of brilliance from substitute Percy Tau saw the youngster score a brace to pave the way for victory for Mamelodi Sundowns over Free State Stars in the resumption of the Absa Premiership at Goble Park, Bethlehem.
Coach Mosimane had to face choices in who to field, with some of his internationals returning from the FIFA week engagements for their countries with injuries while others had travelled long distances and perhaps needed a break.
Talisman Khama Billiat was injured during final preparations, while still others, for a total of eight players, were injured.
Mosimane also had to keep his eye on the CAF Champions League clash coming up on Sunday.
But the Tshwane giants showed their depth when Mosimane gave a first run for Ghanian Brimah Razak in goal, while Anele Ncongca got a run on right back and Algerian Fares Hachi on the right back.
The goalkeeper impressed and he is likely to give Uganda goalkeeper Dennis Onyango stiff competition.