Former Kaizer Chiefs captain Itumeleng Khune insists the Glamour Boys are in Burkina Faso to bag three points against Wydad Casablanca.
Chiefs could have been enjoying their matches behind closed doorways however there isn’t a approach they will keep away from the frustration of their followers after a disappointing season thus far.
Kaizer Chiefs to make amends for irritating season
Well off the tempo within the DStv Premiership, eradicated from the MTN8 by their fierce rivals Orlando Pirates, who went on to win that cup ending their trophy drought, Kaizer Chiefs have additionally suffered a shock elimination from the Nedbank Cup and began their Champions League group stage marketing campaign with an underwhelming draw.
With the stress properly and really on, Kaizer Chiefs may do with an enormous scalp.
Speaking from Ouagadougou, Khune stated the staff had been properly conscious of the enormity of the duty earlier than them.
“It’s a very tough match for us but we’re looking forward to bringing three points back home. We’ve been preparing very well for this match and we’re going to give it our all,” Khune informed KaizerChiefs.com.
“Everyone is ready, all the guys are looking forward to the game and we’re going to work together as a team. It’s going to be difficult because it’s not our home game.
“But we’re going to fight hard for the three points and make sure that we make the Amakhosi family happy and proud.”
Wydad: A aspect with continental pedigree
Wydad have put their Casablanca rivals Raja within the shade in current instances, cementing themselves as big-time gamers with their 2017 Caf Champions League win.
Since that victory Wydad have progressed from the group stage of the Champions League each season and had been shedding finalists within the controversial 2019 last.
Wydad are Morocco’s most profitable membership having claimed the top-flight title on 20 events, however they’ve an actual drive to assert a 3rd Champions League title to attract degree with Raja by way of continental glory.
All ten of Wydad’s earlier conferences with South African sides have come against Mamelodi Sundowns.