After Kaizer Chiefs beat Polokwane City 3-0 in the Telkom Knockout Cup, Reneilwe Letsholonyane was disappointed that he missed out on scoring, but was happy that he was getting into the correct positions, and with how he and George Lebese were combining.
Letsholonyane, who had chances in both the first and second halves to score, saw his first attempt saved by the Polokwane City keeper, Nkueni Mayela, while in the second-half he skied an easier chance.
"I got those two chances early in the game and I didn't score. I was a bit disappointed, but I told myself I'd get another chance which I did in the second-half, and I thought I'd scored, but I didn't.
"I'm happy that I got into the box to create those chances, and the goal will come.
"George and I are teammates, and we train together, and we train those movements, and I know what to expect from him, and he knows what to expect from me, so it comes together when we are playing.
"We'll do our best to go all the way to the final"