Following the victory over Swallows FC, the Chiefs' in-form front three has been praised.
Following the club's stunning derby win against Swallows FC on Sunday, Kaizer Chiefs' in-form front-three has been praised. Kaizer Chiefs' in-form front-three has been praised.
Swallows were defeated 3-1 by Kaizer Chiefs on Sunday, moving them up to second place in the DStv Premiership standings.
With his first goal on the stroke of half-time, Keagan Dolly gave the Amakhosi the perfect start, and Khama Billiat added two more goals each side of the interval to put Stuart Baxter's team in a dominant position.
When Lebohang Mokoena came in for the Dube Birds shortly after the hour mark, the damage had already been done, and Baxter was eager to congratulate his offensive triad for their efforts in the victory.
"I thought the front three, Bernard [Parker] in particular, played quite well," he stated following the game. The first half was dominated by them pressing relentlessly and effectively, which resulted in us creating a couple of excellent opportunities.
"If you give them an inch, they'll take a yard," says the author. They were able to get some breathing room and scored three goals as a result."
In the league thus far this season, Billiat, Dolly, and Parker have combined to score 13 of Kaizer Chiefs' 17 goals, accounting for roughly 77 percent of the club's offensive success.
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