Bidvest Wits midfielder Daine Klate has praised his team-mates for
their tremendous performance following a 6-0 thumping over Magesi FC in the
Nedbank Cup Last 16.
Boys humbled the ABC Motsepe League outfit to book a place in the
quarter-finals of the R7m competition at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium in
Elizabeth born winger was on target for the Students on four occasions together
with strikers,Sibusiso Vilakazi and James Keene, and Klate said his team-mates did not take their opponents for granted
which is why they hammered them with a heavy scoring margin.
obviously vital for us to give a professional performance on the day,” insisted
ourselves that we won’t take them for granted and that’s exactly what we did on
start well but once we got hold of the pitch we started putting balls in the
box and got to the end of them.
“So it was a
good professional performance for the whole team overall and that’s what is
needed going forward.
want to open up at the back especially in the second half but we wanted to
score more goals.”
switch the focus back to the Absa Premiership campaign as they hope to continue
with the momentum against the struggling Jomo Cosmos and Klate believes that it
will not be an easy battle to win.
we are just taking it one game at a time and our next game is against Cosmos
away from home.”
“It will be
a very tough game because they are fighting for their lives, so we just have to
go back to the training ground now, keep working hard.
confident for a victory to keep the title hopes alive.”