Kaizer Chiefs star Keagan Dolly has explained why he has a good understanding with Khama Billiat on the filed of play.
Dolly was on fire on yesterday's game against Chippa United after the former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder scored a brace in the first half.
His first goal was assisted by Billiat.
Amakhosi went on to win the game by 4-0 after Billiat and Lazarous Kambole scored the other two goals.
Dolly was also crowned as the man of the match for the day.
Speaking to the media after the game Dolly gave credit to the entire team for the win.
He said they have been fighting very hard in the last few days at training and created so many chances in their previous games but were not lucky enough to score.
He added that he once said once they start scoring they will not stop and they showed that against Chippa.
He also explained his good combination with Billiat.
"It's always easy for me to understand where Khama is going to run and he knows what to do when I have the ball," he said.
He added that their understanding started at Ajax Cape town and he knows where Billiat is going to be.
He concluded that the victory comes as a confidence booster ahead of their game.
Amakhosi will visit the second placed SuperSport United next Sunday.
Source: Kickoff magazine
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