Previous Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Doctor '16 V' Khumalo has reacted to what previous mentor Gavin Hunt said after his side was pounded hands by Amakhosi, they were whipped 4-0 and Hunt felt it was not the reasonable impression of the game.
Addressing SuperSport TV on his post match meet, the previous Bidvest 2and Black Leopards mentor said had they taken every one of their risks, they would have scored around seven objectives and the outcomes might have been unique, however his players didn't take the risks they made.
Khumalo felt that Hunt's expression was off the mark since he ought to have quite recently supplemented Stuart Baxter's group for being so deadly and took their risks, he feels it is off-base for Hunt to say that as opposed to commending Baxter.
'16V' likewise added that in case Hunt is discussing the seven objectives, he Can return to preparing and score the seven objectives in the preparation grounds since he was unable to score them against Chiefs who were in fine type of the day.
"A decent mentor should supplement the resistance mentor in case he was beaten, he ought to return and do the drill, he ought to return to the preparation filled and ensure that they score the seven objectives he is discussing," Khumalo said on SoccerZone o Monday night.
Keagan Dolly and Khama were messing up the Eastern Cape based outfit, they got the objectives and three helps joined for the day with Dolly scoring two objectives and helping one, Billiat then again scored one objective and helped two.
Around the same time, Lazarous Kambole additionally tracked down his second objective in around 42 games since he joined Amakhosi after he came in profoundly evaluated, he holds a record of the fastest CAF Champions League full go-around ever.
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