Kaizer Chiefs started a match with fans' favourite defensive due in Njabulo Ngcobo and Austin Dube.
Kaizer Chiefs head into the halftime break with 2 nil lead over Chippa United, with a great brace by Keagan Dolly.
Combination of Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly lead to the first opening goal of Amakhosi in just 12 minutes after the kick off. Later on Dolly add to his second with a beautiful purely individual brilliance.
Kaizer Chiefs headed into today's match without a number of their key players in Lebogang Manyama, striking duo Samir Nurkovic and Leornado Castro while Dumisani Zuma and Siyabonga Ngezana still find themselves on the sidelines. However, Zuma returned to training this past week, but Stuart Baxter confirmed that his still unavailable for the selection.
Baxter was impressed with his side's performance that saw The Amakhosi climbed on the first paper of the table.
“A little bit nervy, with teams realised this was an important game to gain momentum and kickstart something,” he said after the match.
“We played ok, we made a few mistakes but when the goal came, we were in command. We put a couple of defensive things right at half-time.
“I think if we had been sharper, more clinical in the second there may have been more goals for us.
“I’m very, very pleased with the result, pleased with the character we’ve shown. Especially pleased for Keagan Dolly tonight, cause I think he was outstanding." Baxter on his post-match interview.
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