Kaizer Chiefs safeguard Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya says it was a disillusioning misfortune against Royal AM, and they need to buckle down on getting a positive outcome against Maritzburg United on Wednesday.
Ntiya-Ntiya, who was move recorded toward the beginning of the period, has wound up getting a chance at the club of late, particularly later so many of their crew was inaccessible after the Coronavirus episode at the club.
The 25-year-old says they weren't satisfied not to get an outcome against Royal AM, yet he is sure that assuming they put in the effort they can return to winning ways against the Team of Choice.
"As far as the outcomes I think it was frustrating," Ntiya-Ntiya told the club's media office.
"Be that as it may, as far as the exhibition, I think we attempted by all means to do what we were needed to do by the mentors. What's more the main disillusioning part was the outcome, however we played well."
Also now Chiefs turn their attention to Maritzburg on Wednesday.
"I believe it's vital to be quiet since like I said, we didn't get the outcome, we're baffled," he proceeded.
"Be that as it may, by the day's end, we didn't play awful, so we can generally improve from what we did yesterday."
"I think the game against Maritzburg, it will be a troublesome one, and we need to crush since they are searching for results, we are likewise searching for results. So it will be a troublesome one yet we really want to work."
While it seems as though Mamelodi Sundowns are fleeing with the association, Ntiya-Ntiya feels there is still expectation.
"Right now Sundowns is driving by a wide margin," he added.
"However, two seasons before we were in a similar circumstance, yet we lost the season by one. So anything can occur as long as we go about our business, gather most extreme point each game and afterward we'll be fine.
"Anything can occur."
Source link: https://www.idiskitimes.co.za/local/ntiya-ntiya-its-very-important-to-be-calm/
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