IDiskiTV analyst Junior Khanye refused to say his former side Kaizer Chiefs played well against the high flying Waydad Casablanca Athletic Club of Morocco on Saturday when they beat them 1-0 in their CAF Champions league semi final first leg game.
The former dribbling midfield maestro says Chiefs didn not make a single shot on target, and he feels they did not play well at all, they only had one corner kick through out the entire ninenty minutes.
"All in all, they did did not play, they had no shot on target, they had only one corner kick. They didn't play well, I am giving them credit though, they were playing against a team that plays in the CAF Champions League year in year out," he said on. IDiskiTv
The 36 year old say despite managing to get the important away goal, he feels this is not over, not by a long shot, they still have the second leg to play and feels Amakhosi still have a mountain to climb.
"It is not over yet, these guys are good, they have quality, tectically, they play with high intensity, they know how to manage the game, 4-4-2 worked for Chiefs.
"Many people see Chiefs in the final, but it is not over, I am a neutral analyst, I will be honest, there will be problems, don't be foold by the score, these guys are good, there will be gaps between Chiefs players, they could have had a red card, what if they come here and score 1-0, did you see how they approached the second half?," he said.
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