Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter was full of praise following his side’s 4-0 victory against the club’s former coach Gavin Hunt. Amakhosi ran rampant at the FNB Stadium to resume action after the international break in ideal fashion. Despite having scored four times, Stuart Baxter feels his side could have scored even more.
"I thought the lads played really well tonight,"
"It was probably a closer game than just 4-0. We decided in the second half we would play deeper. We invited a few crosses in. When you take your chances and don't miss chances and when you prevent your opponent instead of giving the opponent those moments I was speaking out before the game." Said Baxter
"This is what can happen. If there is a mental shift, then there is a momentum shift. And then Dolly believes he is going to score a goal. He said he is been snatching at it. I am very pleased with the way that they played."
"We work all the summer on our attacking play and the movement around the box. I think our movement around the box was especially good today. It was probably what Chippa United had most problems with. The mobility, the speed the lads were moving at, and if we would have done it more there were probably and I don't want to be bad mannered but there were probably a few more goals for us in that respect on transition."
Keagan Dolly finally got on the score-sheet for kaizer Chiefs as he scored twice while Khama Billiat and Lazarous Kambole also got their goals and the Amakhosi mentor believes it is a much-needed confidence booster for the trio.
"For them to get on the scoresheet, it is great for their confidence. Confidence breeds confidence. We said we should concentrate on our performances. We should not concentrate on everything that is said or speculated. And that is what the boys did and they did it very well and I'm very pleased in that respect," -Stuart Baxter
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