Kaizer Chiefs defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele has pleaded with the supporters not to boo the players when they make mistakes.
Chiefs claimed a third successive win in the Absa Premiership after defeating AmaZulu 2-0 on Saturday evening.
Mphahlele, who scooped up the Man of the Match award, is hopeful the fans will stick by the players when errors are committed.
“Our defenders scored the goals today I’m very happy. One more message to our supporters: they are brilliant, we love them but they must stop booing one of us, we don’t come here to play around,: Mphahlele told SuperSport after the game.
"We come here to play for them, we know that they spend a lot of money to come here. So we plea they must just stick by us, the mistakes are there but we’ll give 100 percent in every game.
“The supporters have been brilliant, this is for them you know. We play for them every game we want to make them happy. I’m happy for the team after a slow start we’ve picked ourselves up. We just have to be consistent and be level headed. Keep winning, if we keep winning the confidence goes up and the spirit in the team becomes a happy place.”