After Kaizer Chiefs won convincingly against Swallows FC on Sunday after, Junior Khanye as always had something to say and he felt that the presence of Kearyn Baccus ahs made a huge difference for the team's structure on the day, he questioned why was he not playing all along since he was the missing link.
Speaking to Nkululeko on IDiskiTV, Khanye sang special praise for Baccus who got a rare opportunity to play in the middle of the park with Cole Alexandra out on suspension after he picked up a red card during the week and Phathutshedzo Ṅange out after testing Covid-19 positive, Baccus came on and made a huge difference according to Khanye, he was always available to link between the defense and the midfield.
"Why wasn't he playing Baccus all along, he was the missing link between the defense and the midfield, Baccus understands football, I am giving it to them today, but they were not that good, they deserve to win in this game, Khama Billiat had a great understanding with Keagan Dolly," he said.
The former South African under 23 International further went on and said Chiefs Won because their attacking three were not dropping back that much, they were always holding the ball in the right position, they always looked dangerous on the ball because they were cheating.
"Khama, Parker and Dolly were cheating, that is why they were not getting tired, they never dropped back. That is why they always looked dangerous when they got the ball, it was because they were cheating. They held the ball in the right positions, like I am saying, Khama Parker and Dolly always had the ball in the right positions, they were cheating," Khanye said.
Stuart Baxter's men moved to position number two on the log after what looked like an easy victory for them, they are now on 22 points, eight points behind the log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns who are 30 points with one game in hand.
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