Last updated on September 11th, 2021 at 08:38 am
Bloemfontein Celtic coach John Maduka defined how he master-minded the downfall of Kaizer Chiefs on Wednesday evening.
Siwelele got here from behind to humble Amakhosi at the Absa Tuks Stadium, with Motebang Sera bagging a brace to along with Victor Letsoalo’s solitary strike.
Maduka insists he wouldn’t allow his aspect to sit down back against a Chiefs facet that are dominant in the aerially in the final third.
“The sketch used to be if we protect nicely because we comprehend offensively, we’re very good, we’re very sharp, it is why you see we have gained the game.
We’re very happy,” Maduka informed SuperSport after the match. “We knew that if you sit down [back] you’ll have a problem in opposition to Kaizer Chiefs with the gamers that they have, you be aware of aerial balls, you will have a problem.
“The design used to be that we take the recreation to them, we attempt and put strain in their own half, so that they do not come out and play the balls that they want, so it worked well for us. We take it one recreation at a time and we will be completely happy to end in the top eight.”