JOHANNESBURG – In simple terms, two goals and a clean sheet will be enough to take Kaizer Chiefs through to the group stage of the Caf Confederations Cup.
And Virgil Vries, the man who’ll be between the sticks when Chiefs welcome Zesco United to FNB Stadium on Saturday (8pm) in their pursuit of overturning a 3-1 deficit from the first leg, is confident they’ll be able to achieve that feat.
“Although we are already three goals behind, it’s a different ball-game now, but it’s good that we managed to score in Zambia,” Vries said.
“For us at the back, the most important thing we have to do is to keep a clean-sheet. The longer we keep a clean-sheet, the better (are our chances of qualifying for the group stage).
“We just have to go back to the previous games, where we kept clean-sheets and apply the same hunger and desire.”