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Dolly: There's a lot to take from this game

Keagan Dolly in action against Baroka FC

Keagan Dolly says there were lots of positives to take from Kaizer Chiefs' 2-1 victory over Baroka.

Khama Billiat opened the scoring for Kaizer Chiefs at the FNB Stadium on just nine minutes ahead of Daniel Cardoso's 27th minute goal, as Denwin Farmer netted a 59th minute consolation for the away side.

Dolly made his first start for Amakhosi since his switch from Ligue 1 this season, and was instrumental in a dominant first-half display.

Chiefs weren't as strong after the break but Dolly is impressed with their progress thus far.

He said on SuperSport: "Even though I'm not there yet, the boys made it easy for me. Tonight you could see we are working hard off the field and it showed in patches, especially in the first half. We stuck to our basics and we kept it simple and we kept moving.

"I think in certain patches we forgot the basics and started panicking. But I think we should be proud of ourselves. We got the three points and we created opportunities that we could have scored more goals from.

"There's a lot to take from this game. The season is still long. We just need to stick to the process."