Cape Town – Kaizer Chiefs striker Cameldine Abraw admits that being a part of champions feel great.
The Togolese came on the 80th minute from the substitution bench against SuperSport United when and set-up the third goal for George Lebese and created the penalty, which Siphiwe Tshabalala finished from the spot.
According to the club’s website, the forward is glad to have started his Amakhosi career on such a positive manner.
“I am very happy to have started this way. It’s great being part of the champions," reflects Abraw about his official debut.
The 25-year-old joined the Glamour Boys this season from Free State Stars before coming on against SuperSport, the Togolese international had a quick chat with coach Steve Komphela.
“He just gave me confidence to do my best. The coach supported me," says Abraw.
A week before making his Chiefs debut, the striker helped Togo beat Djibouti 2-0 in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. Abraw came on for the Togolese in the second half.
Amakhosi face Ajax Cape Town this Saturday, September 19 in the MTN8 final and Abraw is looking forward to the encounter.
“We are still preparing for that game to make sure that we get ready for the cup final.
“There are no secrets to success, it’s all about hard work."
Kick-off is at 15:00.