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Ntseki took positives from Chiefs draw with Royal AM 

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 Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki admitted to being disappointed by the draw with Royal AM but took a lot of positives from the match.

Molefi Ntseki’s troops played out to a frustrating goalless draw against Royal AM in their home DStv Premiership game at FNB Stadium on Saturday evening.

Kaizer Chiefs put in a good showing as they created plenty of goal scoring chances but poor decision making in front of goal let them down.

They hit the woodwork twice in a game they dominated from start to finish. The stalemate, saw Amakhosi extend their unbeaten run to four games in all competitions while they remain in fourth place on the log standings with eight points after six matches.

Ntseki believes the poor finishing is something coachable and says his men will eventually get it right as the season progresses. 

Kaizer Chiefs and Royal AM played a goalless draw at FNB Stadium


 “I think in terms of the application, we did well, but it is not only about the application,” said Ntseki after the game.

“What is important is the product, and playing a game like this, we were looking forward to winning this game and scoring goals.

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“What we were working on, you could see it coming out, but the biggest challenge we had was not converting the chances we created. We had better ball possession, better tactical movements in going toward, and aggressive last-third entries.

“But the unfortunate part was the final decision-making of the player on the ball in terms of putting the ball in the net. “But the overall performance of the team is something we can take positives out of it going forward, but we are all disappointed. We did not win a game that we have worked so hard to win,” added the Amakhosi coach.

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