Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane says beating Orlando Pirates in the Soweto derby doesn’t mean pressure has gone away.
This comes after Amakhosi edged the Buccaneers 1-0 at the FNB Stadium on Saturday, courtesy of a wonder goal by Yusuf Maart.
“Any coach would want to win any big game but this victory will go a long way for me personally because I wanted to win it at all costs,” Zwane said as quoted by TimesLIVE.
“Not only because of the pressure — and it doesn’t mean that by winning this game pressure will go away. Pressure will always be there when you coach a team of Chiefs’ calibre.”
Meanwhile, Zwane heaped praise on Maart whose wonder goal from inside his own half secured the three points for Chiefs.
“It was a great goal for us. First derby win for me as a coach and to win it with such a special goal tells you about the tactical awareness of the player.
“Not many players will see that the goalkeeper is off his line. He took his chance and scored a good goal that got us the three points and credit must go to him.”
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