Seema reveals how Golden Arrows nullified Chiefs


Head coach Lehlohonolo Seema revealed how his Golden Arrows side pulled off an impressive 1-0 win over Kaizer Chiefs in the DStv Premiership at the FNB Stadium on Saturday.

Defender Eric Mathoho committed a glaring early mistake leading directly to Knox Mutizwa giving Arrows an early lead in the 4th minute.

The away side were again unlucky to not double their lead in the 25th minute as Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma pulled off a last-ditch save to deny Pule Mmodi who was through on goal.

"Tactically we were spot on because we knew that if we could deal with the transitions of Kaizer Chiefs we could stop them.

"When dealing with a team in transition, the second ball becomes important in where it drops and how we deal with it.

"After that we knew what to expect from the danger they pose from set-pieces.

"It's a game I think that we made difficult for ourselves as we should have killed it off in the first half," Seema said post-match.

"I think the sooner the guys learn to utilise those chances we create by working so hard the better.

"Because not many teams can penetrate Chiefs the way we di today, and the good thing I'm happy with is the clean sheet.

"What is important is knowing we can defend for the entire 90 minutes."

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