Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Nkosingiphile Ngcobo has opened up as an afterthought's completion to 2021 and is trusting they can carry on from where they left off to make life surprisingly difficult for log pioneers Mamelodi Sundowns.
Amakhosi, presently in fourth put on the DStv Premiership standings, won two of their three matches in December. They are 16 focuses behind Sundowns, who have 11 matches left to play this season.
"I think we shut the 2021 schedule in a high collectively. We buckled down, we were working for each other and we were helping each other. Thus, I think we performed well collectively and we are anticipating keeping a similar rhythm and same mentality," Ngcobo said through the Amakhosi media office.
"Going ahead, we need to progress nicely. We need to battle and ensure we dominate more matches so we can draw nearer to number one. We simply need to buckle down."
Ngcobo's objective against Sekhukhune United in December was casted a ballot objective of the month.
"I think it was a decent objective. We made the objective collectively. We flowed the ball. It was generally excellent, with Njabulo Blom thinking that I'm in the half spaces. I had the option to turn and wrap up. It was a group objective."
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