Mosimane's players, like the rest of the PSL, have been keeping fit at home amid the lockdown, but he says Covid-19 exposed SA as far behind in terms of technology.
"I saw players at Spurs and Bayern [Munich] engage in a co-ordinated training, all from their homes, at the same time. The coach could see everyone. They were all doing the same thing. We don't have that type of technology here. We don't have those TV screens. Some European teams sent gym equipment to their players to utilise at home. The crisis we have now shows we can improve in that regard."
Sundowns are four points behind Kaizer Chiefs in the Premiership standings with a match in hand and, while Mosimane believes a third league title in succession is feasible, he's braced for the unknown when the action resumes.
"It will be difficult for all the teams. This break came at a good time for others who were struggling, but we had found some rhythm. So now when we restart you could have three scenarios: continue where you left off, be better, or deteriorate. I'm not sure how my team will react because I'm not training the team. I have to trust players to be professional and follow the programme we've given them. We could have a situation where we'll play three games in a week.
"I would like the PSL to inform us timeously about when the games resume so we can go back and prepare."