22.1.2021 11:57 am
“I have to thank the technical team for pushing me,” said the Kaizer Chiefs left-sided player, who has two goals in as many matches.
Kaizer Chiefs are content once more and it is entirely appropriate that one Happy Mashiane is at the heart of their recent success.
“If you don’t take your chances at this level you end up paying the price,” McCarthy told SuperSport TV.
Ncikazi says he anticipated Bucs to come out with guns blazing in their quest for maximum points with strong attacks on their wings.
“Better game than the last game, we had good opportunities to score in the first half,” said the German coach.
Following the draw, Matsatsantsa remained third in the DStv Premiership standings, two points behind joint leaders Mamelodi Sundowns and Swallows FC.
Pirates have now fallen down to sixth place on the log with 18 points from 12 matches.
“It was a nice run from the little star,” Nurkovic described Chiefs’ goal scorer on SuperSport TV after the game.
“We are playing every two or three days, it is not easy,” added the Amakhosi coach.
“It is a last chance and you have to go. Players, coaches and agents have a lot to learn,” said the Ahly head coach.
“It’s time for the players to … show what we can really do in this match against Golden Arrows,” said the Pirates assistant coach.
The Namibian goalkeeper’s contract with Swallows is coming to an end in June.
Goals from Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, Lebogang Manyama and Happy Mashiane gave Amakhosi a 3-0 victory over a lacklustre TTM at the FNB Stadium on Tuesday night.
Sundowns failed to open a bigger gap between themselves and second-placed Swallows FC when they were held to a goalless draw by Celtic.
Goals from Ngcobo, Manyama and Mashiane complete a drubbing of Joel Masutha’s relegation threatened side.