Zwane – We Want To Punish Wydad
Kaizer Chiefs assistant coach Arthur Zwane says his side also want to punish Wydad Casablanca in the return leg in South Africa.
Samir Nurkovic scored the winning goal midway through the first half, as Chiefs continued their historical run on he continent.
Zwane and fellow assistant Dillon Sheppard were on the bench again, as new coach Stuart Baxter awaits his work permit, while the latter was in the stands at the game.
Zwane says they had hoped to score a goal or two and defend well but warned they must now finish the job in next week’s second leg at the FNB Stadium.
“Ja, look, we came here to do the business and we did exactly that,” Zwane said after the game.
“And ja, we are happy with the result, but it’s not yet over, because we’re still going back home. We’re still going to play the second leg. We will welcome them back at home in Joburg.
“And obviously, we’ll try and finish it off. Yes, like I said, ja, we’ve done what we came here for. We wanted to get a goal or two. And fortunately, we got one. And that one I think for now it’s okay.
“And hopefully that when we come back home, obviously, they’ll be chasing the game. They’ll open up a bit, so we’ll also try to punish them.
“Aah, it’s gonna be a difficult match, it’s not yet over like I said, we still have another 90 minutes to make sure that we go through to the final.
“So ja, I think we’re very, very disciplined at the back today. And we hope to keep the clean sheet at home as well and get another goal, hopefully.”