'Masha': Baxter's Philosophy Coming Into Place
Kaizer Chiefs defender, Tefu Mashamaite, believes the understanding between the players has been key to their impressive start to the campaign.
AmaKhosi maintained their 100 percent record with a 2-0 win over Platinum Stars, thanks to goals from Reneilwe Letsholonyane and George Lebese.
And Mashamaite, who was named man of the match, admits it was a tough encounter.
"It wasn't easy because we knew that we beat them previously, so it's easy to go into a little slumber and relax," Mashaimaite said after the game.
"You saw the first 10 minutes they were pushing, they wanted to put us under pressure and maybe get a goal and put us under more pressure."
Amakhosi have only conceded one goal since the start of the domestic season and the Chiefs defender believes Stuart Baxter's philosophy is beginning to sink in.
"It's been three years since the coach joined us, the philosophy is slowly coming into place, we are understanding each other, there's that telepathy and that's what is carrying us right now."