Orlando Pirates winger Daine Klate believes that their goal-rush has arrived at the right time.
Finding the back of the net seemed to be a difficult task for Pirates as they went through a rough patch but the Sea Robbers seem to have found their scoring touch in recent weeks.
They are now hoping to carry that form into their MTN8 semi-final first leg clash with rivals Kaizer Chiefs at the FNB Stadium this afternoon.
Klate said that after smacking in four goals against CAF Champions League opponents Zamalek, they are starting to get to grips with how coach Roger de Sa wants them to play.
"We are understanding coach De Sa's philosophy and we are using it very well. It took some time for us but now we are using it well and scoring goals. We would love to give our supporters more goals just like we did against Zamalek. That would be very good to take that advantage to the second leg at Orlando Stadium but it won't be that easy as Chiefs know we beat them in the same tournament two seasons ago. Both teams want this cup badly but we have to win today," Klate concluded.
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