AmaZulu coach Craig Rosslee said a win against Arrows on Saturday night was what his team needed to gain confidence and there is no turning back now
A goal from Ayanda Dlamini is what Craig Rosslee is hoping will change the sides fortune. In Saturday’s game AmaZulu created plenty of scoring opportunities but failed to convert them.
“I think my boys really played well, they were on top of their game and I am pleased with the win. As I have said before, we just needed to score so that the players could go back, gaining confidence,” said Rosslee.
Usuthu moved from the bottom of the log, and Thokozani Mshengu continued to deliver a good performance which saw him winning man of the match for the second time this year.
“It felt good, displaying a good performance against my former team. I knew that they were not going to relax, so I told myself that I am going to work extra hard against them. I always tell myself that I will do well especially against Arrows,” said Mshengu.
“The boys did well, in their last match against Maritzburg United, they were angry at themselves for not scoring and this time they were able to use the chances. Yes, we still need to work hard in our finishing, but it is good to see that all the players are doing well,” he said.
AmaZulu will face SuperSport United who are also keen on getting points after a good start, beating Bloemfontein Celtic in their opening match of the year.