Following Kaizer Chiefs third consecutive win in the Absa Premiership after beating Free State Stars 2-0 on Saturday, midfielder Willard Katsande says the difference from the start of the season is that they are now taking their chances in front of goal.
Katsande was the rock in the Amakhosi midfield and was given the ‘Man of the Match’ award for his efforts.
The Zimbabwean international, though admitted it as not a tough game and thanked God for the three points.
“It was a tough game, but we managed to stick to our game plan,” said Katsande.
“We know when Free State Stars are playing at home they are tough, they mark man-to-man, so it was a difficult game, but thanks to God for the three points.
“Free State Stars is not a small team and it is difficult to play them in their own back yard.”
Reflecting on their recent run of form which saw the Amakhosi thump Polokwane 4-1 in midweek prior to their win over Stars, Katsande added that they are now taking their chances in front of goal and that is making all the difference.
“We haven’t being playing bad before beating Polokwane and Free State, we just weren’t converting our chances, but these past two games we have managed to covert our chances,” concluded the midfielder.