Absa Premiership

Sekola to work on finishing

2015-03-13 14:50
Moeketsi Sekola (Supplied)
Moeketsi Sekola (Supplied)

Cape Town - Despite being the PSL's top goal-scorer, Moeketsi Sekola still hopes he can improve on his finishing in front of goal.

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Speaking to his clubs official website, Moeketsi wants to be able to bury every chance he gets at the back of the net.

“It feels good to be top goal-scorer, but not great because the team is in the bottom half of the league table,” he said.

“I think I’ve been playing well, but there are still some areas where I need to improve a lot. I play quite often so that gives me the chance to do so.

“One of the areas where I need to get better is my finishing. I find that if I get two opportunities I tend to take only one of them. I want to bury all of my chances, whether I get one or three.”

Sekola joined Stars in 2013 and has flourished in the colours of Ea Lla Kota, earning his first two Bafana Bafana caps in November thanks to an excellent start this season.

His tenth goal of the campaign came against Moroka Swallows on Wednesday at the Dobsonville Stadium, but Stars failed to hold onto the lead and succumbed to a 2-1 loss.

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