Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter was not
totally content with his side's 2-0 win over Orlando Pirates at the FNB Stadium
on Saturday afternoon.
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AmaKhosi scored just after the break through Siphiwe
Tshabalala but then wasted several good chances to extend their lead before
Siphelele Mthembu finally sealed the three points and the derby glory deep in
Baxter admits he would like to see his side being more
clinical in front of goal and killing off games with more ease.
"After the game you’re just delighted to have got the
result. I thought we played fantastically well in the first 20 minutes of the
second half, but we should have killed off the game," said the Chiefs
"We don’t [finish games off], and we have made a bad
habit of this. I had to do some tactical gymnastics and then Pirates wind the
pressure up in the last 10 minutes. But we know that we can play in transitions,
so we killed the game off.
"...1-0 is not a great lead to have in a derby - all it
needs is a ricochet or a piece of brilliance from one player or a bad refereeing
decision," he added.
Despite opening a 14-point gap at the top of the standings,
Baxter is not getting carried away with thinking of the league title just yet.
"There’s a long way to go. I’ll be delighted with this
win tonight, but tomorrow morning we are back to working hard," he added.