Kaizer Chiefs coach Molefi Ntseki looking for continuity against Cape Town City

Kaizer Chiefs coach Molefi Ntseki wants his side to kick on from their come-from-behind victory against Sekhukhune United.

After being knocked out of the MTN8 by Mamelodi Sundowns, Chiefs needed a response and that is what they produced with second-half goals from Edmilson Dove and Edson Castilla completing the turnaround after Elias Mokwena had given Babina Noko the lead on the stroke of half-time.

Chiefs have been better this season under Ntseki as they could so easily have knocked Sundowns out of the cup had some key decisions gone their way.

The Amakhosi now turn their attention to a DStv Premiership clash against Cape Town City FC, whom they will face on Tuesday evening at FNB Stadium and Ntseki wants his side to take the confidence from the victory over Sekhukhune and their impressive performance against Sundowns and believes the club are definitely on the right track.

“I think it’s more of a build-up if ever we look at the last three matches we played, in terms of the application and implementation of our tactical approach, I think we are progressing in that regard,” he said.

“As much as we conceded first [against Sekhukhune], I think we showed a lot of resilience in coming back and getting ourselves the equalising goal and also leading and ultimately winning the game.

“It’s a game of moments and it’s about how we address those moments. Every game has its own plan because you are playing against different coaches, different sets of players, but at the same time we need to work more on the team and depend more on the strength of the team.

“I think it was a good win [in Durban] after we didn’t win in the past games. The most important thing is that we take the attitude, confidence and courage we showed to the next game.”

Chiefs are in sixth place in the league with three wins, two draws and three defeats from eight matches. City are in ninth (three wins, one draw, four defeats).