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Nengomasha demanding more from Khama Billiat at Chiefs

2019-02-18 10:37
Khama Billiat (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs destroyer Tinashe Nengomasha believes that Khama Billiat can contribute more goals and assists in attack for the Glamour Boys.

READ: Middendorp admits to scoring woes for Kaizer Chiefs

Despite a season so far where the Zimbabwe star has recorded four goals and five assists in the Premiership, Nengomasha takes the view that the 28-year-old has more to offer.

Billiat was in good form on Sunday against The Magic FC as he won the penalty for Daniel Cardoso's first goal before adding the third strike in the contest.

Philani Zulu had earlier managed to grab the second for the Ernst Middendorp-coached outfit.

The result saw Chiefs advance to the quarter-finals of the Nedbank Cup competition.

He said: "I think he is doing well, it's his first season. Obviously there are some games where I feel he could add value, where he is tending to relax.

"But I think he is doing well and I wish he does much better, because when he is doing well then things are happening more."

Amakhosi are next in action on February 23 when they take on Polokwane City in an Absa Premiership clash at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Pietersburg.

Kick-off is 15:30.

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