Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane showered praise on the defence led by Zitha Kwinika after the win over Maritzburg United.Chiefs got their DStv Premiership campaign up and running after a comprehensive 3-0 win over Maritzburg United.
Ashley Du Preez and Keagan Dolly and teenager Mduduzi Shabalala got the goals for Chiefs, but Zwane felt his side could have scored more.
Yes look you know sometimes football is a funny game, I think the past game we played very well compared to today and we lost the game," Zwane told SuperSport TV.
If sundowns decides to play an open game then they will make a big mistake Chiefs passes and speed is dangerous.
Sundowns always play open play as they are always favourite against any team, it will be good to see ur boys hustlin with Domingos and Jalis, good luck, however mission imposible.
Ngezana is gonna be our weakest link, Kwinika must pair with Ngcobo in our central and bring a netural left footer on da left Mabiliso. They have ave been beating Sundowns with Earnest Middendorp,we did it with Baxter but still these Dummies are still talking too much.
It's the samething they did when Petro de Luanda humbled them.They think they are playing a good football,but when you beat them they start saying it was not their day.
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