Absa Premiership

Ritchie: We are looking better

2016-04-28 13:23
Keegan Ritchie (TEAMtalk)

Pretoria - Following their hard fought 2-1 victory over the University of Pretoria on Wednesday, Kaizer Chiefs left-back Keegan Ritchie has heaped praises on his team-mates citing that they were rewarded for their endless effort.

The Phefeni Glamour Boys came from behind to break their two month winless run.

Reneilwe Letsholonyane and Willard Katsande second-half strikes were sufficient to break Amakhosi's winning drought on the night.

Ritchie said he was delighted to see his team on the winning side after a long period of time.

"We really worked hard as a team to get the goals," said Ritchie.

"We came out in the second half and fought like we did in the first-half.

"And we were rewarded for all our efforts with the results.

"So I'm happy with the way I performed and also happy for the whole team."

Chiefs will be hoping to continue with their winning run when they face log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns away from home on Saturday.

Kickoff is scheduled for 20:15. 

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