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AmaKhosi and Bafana striker Lehlohonolo Majoro tells Goal that he is pleased with the number goals he has scored for the team this season

Kaizer Chiefs striker Lehlohonolo “Major” Majoro has told Goal that he is satisfied with his contribution to the team’s success this season, as they only need a point to secure the league title.

Majoro has not started as many games under coach Stuart Baxter as compared to his first season at Chiefs, but he blamed injuries for his lack of game time.

“I am not disappointed to have played a few games this season. I suffered a lot of injuries this season and that has been the difference as compared to last season,” Majoro told Goal.

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“I am pleased with my contribution in the games that I have played. I would have liked to score more goals, but the team was doing well while I was injured and it was always going to be hard to walk into the starting eleven,” he said.

Despite being used mainly as an impact player, Majoro has managed to score eight times for AmaKhosi this season.

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He believes that the competition for a place in the Chiefs’ starting line-up has made him stronger and he also believes that Kingston Nkhatha and Bernard Parker has brought the best out of him.

“Parker and Nkhatha have been scoring goals and myself too. I haven’t taken the competition from the two strikers negatively, because I think they have brought the best out of me,” concluded Majoro. 

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