'Chiefs will be tough to stop'

2014-09-01 16:05
Tsepo Masilela (Gallo Images)
Johannesburg - Following their fifth consecutive league triumph this season, Kaizer Chiefs defender Tsepo Masilela said it will be difficult to stop Amakhosi this season.

Chiefs added to SuperSport United’s woes by beating them 2-0 at FNB stadium on Saturday.

The red-hot Mandla Masango and Kingston Nkatha were on target for Stuart Baxter’s charges on the night.

The former Getafe left-back hinted that his team-mates are benefiting from their attacking style of play which will be difficult to conquer this season.

“It was a very difficult game for us tonight (Saturday),” said Masilela.

“But we did create a lot of goal scoring chances in the first half.

“We managed to capitalise from our chances only in the second half. We are really playing a good football which I think will be difficult to stop.

“And we always push forward in numbers as you saw our build-up to the goals we scored.

“We always push more numbers forward being aware that if we don’t track back we might be caught on a counter attack. Otherwise, the team is playing good football.”

Chiefs’ next league assignment will be against the University of Pretoria on September 13.

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