Benni McCarthy – the lead trainer of AmaZulu – has spoken in the Durban-based group's first success of the period in the DStv Premiership.
Usuthu beat Baroka FC 1-0 at the Jonsson Kings Park Stadium on Saturday evening to move to seventh put on the log.
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McCarthy complimented the endeavors of their rivals and feels that they made them to perspire for their triumph.
"Not in the genuine AmaZulu design but rather it showed that we had a variety of characteristics and various qualities from the group. Here and there when a resistance group makes it so hard for us to play the brand of football that we like to play, we need to discover different means and alternate approaches to get around it. Baroka came here and made it hard for us. They buckled down and we needed to contain them and we needed to coordinate with them for the endeavors and for the difficult work and to likewise attempt to play the football we like that we found troublesome on occasion," said McCarthy.
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AmaZulu will face Kaizer Chiefs in their next match at the Jonsson Kings Park Stadium on October 02.
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