Kaizer Chiefs mentor Stuart Baxter has adulated new winger Kgaogelo Sekgota for his presentation in the Carling Black Label Cup against Orlando Pirates, however said there is still some work for the player to do.
The previous Bidvest Wits and Swallows came on from the get-go in the second half for Amakhosi and promptly got into the game, taking on the resistance protectors as he attempted to get
Baxter was intrigued with the left winger's presentation, particularly with what he meant for the game for Chiefs decidedly going ahead.
"He came on and we got him into certain spaces that we got into the principal half, yet from that point we didn't influence the game. Yet, 'KG' influenced the game. He came on and we got him into spaces that he needs. He came on and took on his full back, he cut inside and opened the game up for us. I like his exhibition," the previous Bafana mentor told media after the Black Label Cup conflict which must be chosen in a punishment shootout.
"He has a tad of work to do as far as our overall shape and understanding the development of different players, however I enjoyed his presentation."
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