Kaizer Chiefs have been commended for their further developed structure and results in the wake of getting consecutive triumphs.
On Sunday, Chiefs gave SuperSport United their first loss of the period subsequent to overcoming them 2-1 at the Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium, with veteran striker Bernard Parker netting the two objectives for Stuart Baxter's side
Amakhosi have now moved to fifth put on the log and are on a four-game unbeaten run as they plan for the following match against one more unbeaten group in the association in Stellenbosch FC next Tuesday.
Previous Chiefs midfielder, Humphrey Mlwane, has been dazzled with the turnaround of the group and says the players are apparently understanding the mentor better at this point.
"I think they (Chiefs) had an extraordinary game and I accept that the comprehension between the mentor and his players is further developing at this point. I think the players presently get would could it be that the mentor needs from them and how he needs them to play," said Mlwane.
"Bosses doing admirably is a decent indication of better things to expect in our association since Sundowns has been ruling for quite a while and it is great that different groups are beginning to improve. We don't need a circumstance like in the German Bundesliga where Bayern Munich has been overwhelming as of late," he said.
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