Kaizer Chiefs head coach Gavin Hunt is still careful despite their large advantage (4-0) in the first leg ahead of the second leg of this CAF Champions league quarterfinal.
According to the 56-year-old, the Tanzanian lions will be eager to turn things around more even as they will be in their very own Benjamin Mkapa Stadium on Saturday.
“My biggest gripe in the last 10 minutes was that even if it became 4-1, they could get a sniff. So, it was huge to go there [with a clean sheet],” Hunt told reporters after Tuesday training session as per Kickoff.
“I think we’re going to try, if we can score one there then it’s really [one foot in the semifinals], but I mean that’s going to be easier said than done.
“They’ll certainly raise their game, they’re a big club and they’ve got a lot of pride to play for, so I’m sure they’ll come out with a huge, different mentality and everything else that goes with it“, Amakhosi gaffer continues.
“I’ve been there [in Tanzania] before, we played Azam here and when we went there they were a totally different side, it looked like they had 12-13 players [on the pitch].
“So, it will be a totally different game; let’s put this [4-0] to bed, we’ll be working on the training and trying to improve the things we can, that’s all we can do”, Gavin Hunt added.