Kambole came on as a substitute for Khama Billiat with four minutes of guideline time staying prior to including his name the scoresheet as Chiefs secured a 4-0 success in a DStv Premiership conflict at the end of the week. As you can seen in the picture below.
With his very first objective for the club having come against Stellenbosch in August last year it has been a 14-month hang tight for his second objective which came only a couple of months after he was purportedly positioned on the club's exchange list.
"The main thing for Laz [Lazarous Kambole] is that he's had a decent week's preparation," Baxter remarked in the post-match.
"I don't think he is a similar kind of striker as say a Bernard Parker or Khama Billiat, he's one who will work behind back fours, and we must become more acquainted with him.
"He must begin to time his developments and on when to go so he's had an awesome week's preparation.
"I said to him before the game that you will go on around evening time and you will go on sure in light of the fact that you've had a decent week's preparation.
"Thus, he went on and he was certain, the objective appropriately ought to be something major for him as he would now be able to set a limit and from now he can kick on," Baxter added.
In his third season at the club, Kambole has been the subject of move theory and was connected to a transition to East Africa.
As they next face SuperSport United in an association conflict at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday.
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