Nurkovic turned out one more disappointing execution in Kaizer Chief's tones during their goalless draw against TS Galaxy on Sunday evening.
More baffling than the outcome was Baxter's side's absence of innovativeness. The CAF Champions League second place's enlisted only a single shot on track in the whole match.
Baxter has since remarked on the type of his star striker Samir Nurkovic who he pulled out right off the bat in the second half for Keagan Dolly.
Kaizer Chiefs star is 'baffled' – Baxter
"Samir Nurkovic was disappointed on the grounds that great players normally are the point at which they're not performing admirably. So Samir was making a decent attempt yet he simply wasn't creating what he can typically deliver." – Kaizer Chiefs lead trainer Stuart Baxter revealed to SuperSport TV.
Our quality was poor
"Going into the main game you know very little since you have very little to go on. They have new players and you couldn't say whether the mentor will change." the Kaizer Chiefs coach added.
"On a basic level, they played the manner in which we figured they would play. We simply weren't adequate. Our quality was too poor, particularly on the breakdown.
"To get longer assaults and sift through a one-man to another roused kind of guard, when Kaizer Chiefs did I thought we looked OK, however, we didn't do it enough and the dynamic on the pitch wasn't adequate around evening time."
Kaizer Chiefs next direct their concentration toward Baroka FC who they have on Wednesday evening at 17:00. This site will furnish you with live inclusion from the FNB Stadium.Kaizer Chiefs star is ‘FRUSTRATED’ admits Stuart Baxter! (msn.com)
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