Kaizer Chiefs claimed a 4-0 victory against struggling Chippa United in an encounter that started at 17:00 today.
Keagan Dolly was on fire in the first ashe scored a brace , he and Khama Billiat seem to be finding their mojo and connection lately and that was evident today as they kept Chippa United's defence on their toes the whole game.
Khama Billiat scored in the second half and he was assisted by Keagan Dolly to make the score three to nil , Baxter said that the international break came at a right as he wanted to have time to teach the players how to play his way.
Lazarus Kambole who was transfer listed in the transfer window came in and scored in th dying minutes of the game to make the score four to nil.
Gavin Hunt's Chippa United has been struggling even though they started well in their first two games as they won and drew against champions Mamelodi Sundowns in their first two games.
Stuart Baxter admitted yesterday that he was starting to feel the heat but he said that he only needed time to find his right combinations and players.
Is this the turn over that Kaizer Chiefs were looking for ? Well we will see in the coming games if they will continue their winning run or go back to losing and drawing games.
Kaizer Chiefs had 6 points in their opening 6 games of the season equaling a record they set last season of a worse start in a season.
Today Baxter started both Njabulo Ngcobo and Nkosingiphile Ngcobo and they played very well Nk Ngcobo's presence was seen in the match as he was a playmaker.
KC XI : Akpey , Mathoho , Nj Ngcobo , Dube , Frosler , Nange , Nk Ngcobo , Blom , Billiat , Parker , Dolly
Score : KC 4-0 Chippa.
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