AmaZulu striker Ayanda Dlamini says his side should not drop the ball following Monday’s 3-0 Absa Premiership win over Lamontville Golden Arrows.
The victory propelled Usuthu to fourth place but the 29-year-old says they have to take the momentum into Sunday’s encounter against defending champions Kaizer Chiefs.
“We’re very happy; it was a derby so it’s a good result for us,” he said reflecting on Monday’s win.
“We have to be consistent; if we take this performance into the Chiefs game then we know we will do better. With this sort of performance we can only go up.”
Dlamini has scored two league goals so far this season but he says he is happy to see the likes of Tamsanqa Teyise and Goodman Dlamini finding the back of the net in recent weeks.
“That’s what being a team is all about; if I can’t score goals then it’s always good when there are other people who can score goals,” he said.
“The important part is for the team to win; it doesn’t matter who scores the goals.
“It gives you confidence to keep scoring as a striker but if it’s not happening and other guys are doing it then it’s not a problem – in the end the team must win.”
Usuthu will host Kaizer Chiefs at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Sunday afternoon at 15h00.Share