We take on Bidvest Wits in the Absa Premiership tomorrow evening and the mission is far from complete. The boys may have won the league in record fashion, but it seems they only have their sights on extending their record tally of 66 points.
This can only be accomplished with the help of the adoring fans, according to midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala, as he took to Chiefs' official website to urge the Amakhosi faithful to get behind the team in the last two games of the season.
“The league is not over yet. We still have two more games to play and we would like to win both,” he said.
“We would like to stretch the records, we still take it one game at a time. We focus on the three points,” he added, when speaking about extending the record points tally.
He also mentioned that in the game against Polokwane City last week, where the team won the league, and was delighted that the supporters really got behind the team.
“That was great. Our supporters really rallied behind the team. I hope that the turn-out will be massive again on Wednesday, which will be our last game at home this season. Let our supporters be that 12th man again,” Shabba concluded.
The game against Wits will by no means be a walk in the park for us, as they always prove to be tough opponents and are a really good outfit when on form.
Do you think we will extend our record of 66 points against Wits tomorrow evening?