Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lebogang Manyama says they knew as a team that playing in the CAF Champions League group stages was going to be tough.

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Amakhosi go into their third game against Angolan side Petro Luanda looking for their first ever win in the group stages. They drew their opening game 0-0 against Horoya of Guinea before losing 4-0 away to Wydad Casablanca of Morocco.

“It will be another tough game against an unknown opponent,” Obviously we want to get points so that we can get up to speed with everyone. It’s our home game so we have to give it our all and get the three points. Manyama said.

“We knew it was going to be tough because we are playing some of the top teams in Africa. I think we should have won the first game against Horoya. There were so many chances, but we could not put the ball in the back of the net – just as it has been the story of our season.”

Amakhosi are in third place with one point, while Petro are bottom without a single point.

Written by: Diski Voice