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Kaizer Chiefs striker receives praise after Amakhosi returns into their winning ways

Kaizer Chiefs returned to winning ways after cruising to a comfortable 4-0 victory over Gavin Hunt’s Chippa United side at the FNB Stadium in the DStv Premiership on Saturday afternoon.

Stuart Baxter made one change to his side that drew 1-1 against AmaZulu before the international break as Nkosingiphile “Mshini” Ngcobo came in to replace Cole Alexander in midfield.

Chippa should’ve taken the lead in the early stages of the game when Thokozani Sekotlong capitalised on poor defending from Chiefs but he dragged his effort wide of goal after going one on one with Daniel Akpeyi.

Amakhosi managed to double their lead just after the half-hour mark when Dolly cut inside to unleash a curling effort which found the bottom corner from a tight angle.

The Chilli Boys had a chance to pull a goal back just before the halftime break when Siphesihle Mkhize unleashed a powerful shot at goal but Akpeyi made a great save to deny him as the game went into the break 2-0 in favour of Chiefs.

The man is brilliant and talented, but what I like the most is, he refuse to take credit to himself but applaud the team effort.Dolly and billiat are a fire combo. They out did themselves.This Lazarus is the great player m telling you.

He deserves at least 30/45 minutes not a 3 minutes.I still believe in him though. looking at what we need at the moment, I personally prefer him over Nurkovic. We want players who are hungry not players that depends on forms parker got his chances.Kaizer Chiefs player we must motivate  him hater.

Bench parker and put kambole besides that he scored today , he's the main stricker not parker.Almost 50 games but only 2 goals we call him a strike still need support he was not caming here for motivation.


Source https://thekosibay.co.za/3940/sport/football/psl/kaizer-chiefs-return-to-winning-ways-in-style/

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