Kaizer Chiefs are currently amongst the top trending topics on social media site Twitter in South Africa, this comes after they impressively beat Maritzburg United 3-0 in the DStv Premier League last night during a match that was very entertaining, and after the match head coach Arthur Zwane opened up about which particular players impressed him the most during the match.
Arthur Zwane said that he was impressed by his defense after they secured a clean sheet, and he praised Zitha Kwinika for leading the defense during the match, and Arthur Zwane also said that he was impressed by the young players that came on during the match and kept the same tempo, and he also praised goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma, but he is not happy about some of the errors that Bruce Bvuma made during the match...
"I'm so proud of mostly the youngsters, and I think our defence did very well, led by Kwinika, also Bvuma did very well but made a few errors that he needs to work on" - Said the Amakhosi head coach.
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