After scoring a hat-trick in Orlando Pirates 4-0 quarter-final win over Golden Arrows, man of the match Lennox Bacela praised the work of his teams' two wide players, Khethowakhe Masuku and Daine Klate.
Bacela was pleased that they had been able to covert their good work in training into the match tonight, and believed they had the quality to score a lot of goals every week.
"In the last few games, we've been creating chances, we just needed to be in the right positions and compose ourselves, and we'll get goals.
"I mean the quality that we have in the team, goals should come, we should be scoring week in and week out.
"It's all the hard work that we put in at training, and I'm happy that it paid off today.
"Even before the game, we had a chat, me and (Masuku), he's got good technique and we knew whenever he gets the ball on the right hand side, he can whip in good balls. We saw today, he put in three or four good crosses.
"It's something that we have at the team, if you look at the other side, Daine has equally good technique, so it's something that we must encourage them to do, and we as strikers must get into those good positions."