Kaizer Chiefs star Lebogang Manyama has opened up on the club's poor start in the CAF Champions League.
Amakhosi are yet to register a victory in the CAF CL group stages.
The club is currently on position 3 in their Group with only a single point they got against Horoya AC after playing a goalless draw.
After that they were humiliated by Wydad Casablanca by 4-0 on Sunday.
Chiefs have not scored a single goal in the group stages and have conceded 4 goals in two games, it is not a secret that the team is struggling.
Their next game will be on Sunday at FNB Stadium against Angolan team Petro de Luanda.
Talking ahead of the game, Manyama said it is going to be another tough game on Saturday as they will be facing an unknown opponent.
However he said they will be aiming for maximum points as they are playing at home.
He said they knew things were going to be tough in this tournament and they are playing against tough teams.
He said they could have won their first game because they created so many chances but missed them and they got punished from their mistakes.
He concluded that they still have four games left to play and if they could win all the remaining games they can progress to the next round because any team can lose a match.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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