Khune: We Are Not Happy
Kaizer Chiefs captain Itumeleng Khune claims they didn't give the supporters what they deserve following their 0-0 draw with AmaZulu.
Khune made numerous good saves and even stopped a penalty from Rhulani Manzini, but speaking after the game the Bafana Bafana keeper expressed his disappointment in the result and even apologised to the Amakhosi fans.
“It felt great to play tonight in the rain. That’s what goal keepers most enjoy, but we are not happy with the result. 0-0 away from home, it is not a good result for us,” Khune told SuperSport after the game.
“I don’t know who to dedicate this award to because I don’t think anyone deserves it, including me tonight. We didn’t give the AmaKosi faithful what they deserve which is three points.
“The fans were with us through thick and thin. They were with us through the rain, but we didn’t give them something worth watching. I’m very disappointed.”
Reflecting on his penalty save Khune says that he has been studying all the PSL players and that is why he is able to thwart them.
“I’ve been doing a lot of homework about all the players in the PSL, even international players,” added Khune.
“I’ve watched a lot of football on television and that’s what I invest in. This is our opportunity to show your class, to show your quality. I did my homework but I had two minds on whether he would hit it right on the top of the roof of the net or straight on the ground, but in the rain I knew he was going to make it skid on the ground so I had to delay it just a little bit, and thanks to my leg.”