Kaizer Chiefs assistant coach Doctor Khumalo believes Siphiwe Tshabalala
was the most outstanding player on the field for the Amakhosi in their
victory over the University of Pretoria on Tuesday.
defeated AmaTuks 1-0 in their Absa Premiership encounter at the Tuks Stadium
courtesy of Tshabalala’s well taken free-kick.
said despite believing in a team effort, the 30-year-old left footer stepped up
to the party with his individual brilliance to ensure that the Phefeni Glamour
Boys took home all three points.
47, also revealed that he had to change their game plan after the interval as
they were struggling to find accurate passes in the first half, and their
second half tactics worked for them on the night.
must give credit to the boys; they did very well tonight,” Khumalo
it took one individual to make the difference in the game.
we play as a team but “Shabba” (Tshabalala) really made the difference and we
can’t take that away from him because he is a top class player.
I must give credit also to the whole team because we came to the match with
knew very well that it’s not going to be conducive for us to play our normal
technically yes we were limited in terms of playing the passing game.
we changed the formation with the coach (Stuart Baxter) at half time and add
more bodies in the midfield.
we started passing the ball around but overall “Shabba” was really marvellous
Chiefs have four remaining games this season, against Polokwane City, Mamelodi Sundowns, Bidvest Wits and Chippa United.