Khune was to blame for the objective scored by previous colleague Lehlohonolo Majoro which cost Chiefs what resembled a potential point going into their count, after he neglected to manage a cross with the scoreboard perusing 1-1 at that point.
AmaZulu won 2-1 to get back to Durban with the greatest focuses and up to sixth on the DStv Premiership log, while Chiefs are in ninth spot with just four successes from 16 matches.
Khune was playing interestingly since he was dropped after his expensive mix-ups in December against Black Leopards and SuperSport United individually.
"See, on the grounds that the ball was coming from his left-hand side and with the speed that the ball was coming, he ought to have actually utilized his left hand. However, he proceeded to utilize his correct hand and that is eccentric since you utilize your correct hand to essentially punch out towards the center, which implies that your planning of the punch must be right on the money, which unmistakably wasn't on the grounds that when you confuse a punch with a correct hand that is the thing that will occur. It's fundamentally going to bumble and wind up there where Majoro was. It would have been exceptional in the event that he had confounded the punch with the left hand since it would have gone to one side, or had he got it appropriately it would have gone further. The specialized side of it is that he expected to utilize his left hand," said Walters, addressing the Siya group.
"I likewise comprehend that he's simply returning to playing yet you need to go with what you are more alright with in light of the fact that he is a right-gave individual, so he's more grounded to his right side. He felt in that occurrence that he expected to utilize his privilege in light of absence of certainty and absence of game-time. Had he been getting more game-time and with more certainty he would have utilized his left hand," he said.
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