Kaizer Chiefs coach Molefi Ntseki believes his team can make further progress following their 2-1 over Sekhukhune United on Wednesday.
Amakhosi had to come from a goal down to end their four game winless streak.
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Having lost the MTN8 second leg against Mamelodi Sundowns last weekend, Chiefs needed a quick response but found themselves trailing just before half time. The Glamour Boys picked themselves up in the second half and scored two goals which were enough to give them their third league victory of the season.
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Ntseki, who has been underpressure ever since he took over as head coach, was happy with how his side played against Sekhukhune, especially in the second half.
“I think it’s more of a build-up, if one takes a look at the last three matches we played in terms of the application and implementation of the tactical approach, I think we are progressing,” Ntseki told the media.
“Even (against Sekhukhune), as much as we conceded first, we showed resilience to get the equalising goal and the winner, but the most important thing is how we address those moments.
“I think the most important thing now is the attitude, the confidence and the courage that we showed today and taking it into the next game,” he said.
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