Kaizer Chiefs returned to DStv Premiership action on Wednesday night when they hosted Sekhukhune United at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.
The Glamour Boys found themselves trailing at the half-time break after Elias Mokwana gave the visitors the lead on the stroke of half-time.
Mokwana’s brilliant finish after being slipped through on goal by Chibuike Ohizu left the Glamour Boys in defensive shock, once again.
Edson Castillo leveled matters for Kaizer Chiefs just before the hour mark after getting on the end of Ashley Du Preez’ powerful shot and guiding it home! Take a look at the goal below.
KAIZER CHIEFS VS SEKHUKHUNE UNITED: TV BROADCAST INFO
Action at the Moses Mabhida Stadium gets underway at 19:30.
While all fans got to watch last weekend’s MTN8 clash, tonight’s match WON’T be televised by the national broadcaster, SABC. Today’s match will only be televised live on SuperSport PSL.
Kaizer Chiefs XI: Petersen, Frosler, Njabulo Ngcobo, Ditlhokwe, Dove, Maart, Castillo, Matlou, Saile, Du Preez, Mmodi.
Subs: Khune, Msimango, Kwinika, Mthethwa, Mdantsane, Potsane, Chivaviro, Shabalala, Zwane.
Sekhukhune United XI: Sangare, Mobbie, Mabotja, Cardoso, Tshibwabwa, Mokotjo, Mokwana, Webber, Ohizu, Mkhize, Bwayla.
Subs: Leaner, Mkhabela, Ntiya-Ntiya, Rikhotso, Mtshali, Vilakazi, Dias, Mosadi, Mncube.
NTSEKI LOOKING AT THE POSITIVES
The most important thing is for us to understand the three types of results. We played this game looking to have a win and when you don’t win the game, yes you are disappointed, but you also look at the positives,” the Kaizer Chiefs coach said as quoted by TimesLive.
“The positives are that we had very good ball possession, we had very good tactical movements going forward in shifting play and changing points of attack.
“And it’s hard work for the players to get into those goalscoring positions. It’s for them to understand our approach in attack.”
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KAIZER CHIEFS ARE UNDER PRESSURE – TRUTER
“I can’t remember Chiefs beating me and with our records in KZN, I think they looked at that and decided to bring it there.” Brandon Truter said as quoted by IdiskiTimes.
C“hiefs lost to SuperSport and Mamelodi Sundowns, it’s a big one. They have signed big players and big players come with big expectations, so the pressure just grows there.”