In the wake of opening his scoring represent Mamelodi Sundowns, Grant Kekana has focused on the significance of changing over possibilities as protectors, at whatever point set piece openings are introduced.
Kekana opened the scoring from a set piece as Sundowns beat Kaizer Chiefs 2-0 on Sunday and is wanting to contribute with more objectives for the ruling DStv Premiership champions. The previous SuperSport United player looks set to begin when Sundowns have TS Galaxy at Loftus Stadium on Sunday.
"As safeguards, we don't get that numerous chances to score, so at whatever point you get allowed the opportunity, you need to attempt however much as could reasonably be expected to be in the case and in the blend, particularly during set pieces," Kekana told the Sundowns media division, as he looked forward to this present end of the week's conflict against the Rockets.
"We will go in beautiful sure. I figure we did well against Kaizer Chiefs. We clearly weren't content with the measure of chances we gave them and the measure of chances we didn't take. So we are hoping to amend that going into the TS Galaxy game and ideally convert our possibilities.
"TS Galaxy is a dedicated group. We realize that they will go full scale. Indeed, even in Owen da Gama, they have a decent mentor, yet toward the day's end our quality will represent itself with no issue. We simply need to go into the game and put forth a concentrated effort well and ideally get a positive outcome. It will be an exceptionally actual game, yet they additionally need to adjust to our style of play." A
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