Gape Mohutsiwa, a key member of the Botswana senior men's national team, is proud of his progress as a professional footballer and is looking forward to a bright future. The talented midfielder recently featured in the Zebras' friendly match against Eswatini, and was pleased with the team's performance.

Speaking after the game, Mohutsiwa said he is determined to continue improving and helping the Zebras achieve positive results. The youngster currently plays for the Algerian club, ASO Chlef, where he recently helped the team win the Algerian Cup for the 2022-2023 season. He has established himself as a key member of the starting line-up and is doing well, making a name for himself in Algeria.

So far in the current season, Mohutsiwa's team, ASO Chlef, are in fourth place in the Algerian Ligue 1 after playing four matches, winning two, drawing one, and losing one. They are the reigning champions of the league. Speaking about his time in Algeria, Mohutsiwa said it has been an amazing experience and that he is working hard with the help of the team's technical staff. He believes that the country will benefit from his hard work and dedication and from his stay in Algeria.

During the match between Botswana and Eswatini, Mohutsiwa had an impressive performance, playing the full 90 minutes as a key link-up player. He played a major role in the team's creative play, both offensively and defensively, and had several shots on and off target. Overall, he was a significant player in the match and was a standout performer.

When asked about his overall performance and experience in Algeria, Mohutsiwa stated that he brings a different style of play and a positive mentality that he has learned from the players he has played with there. He emphasized the importance of teamwork, saying that he believes every player should be involved in the team's performance throughout the entire 90 minutes.

“We just follow the coach's instructions and play according to the game plan. My performance is a result of the work of the technical team, who gave me a specific role and I carried it out to the best of my ability. We have a very flexible system when it comes to moving the ball from defense to midfield and up to the front, so everyone needs to be involved in the way we play,” he stated.

Mohutsiwa emphasized that playing in the most prestigious league in Africa is a huge privilege, and that he is grateful for the opportunity to play in such a high-profile league. He believes that the pressure of achieving positive results in such a competitive environment has pushed him to become a better player than he was before.

“First and foremost, we are preparing for the World Cup qualifiers, so we are doing everything in our power to make the country proud. I am honored to be given the opportunity to play for the national team, and I am giving it my all. I am also proud of my teammates for always giving their best, and we are demonstrating that we are a team capable of success,” he added.