Kaizer Chiefs attacker Keagan Dolly has revealed that teammate Khama Billiat and he stay behind after training to practise their set pieces.
The 29-year-old recently won his second Goal of the Month award following his superb strike for Amakhosi in their 3-1 win over Chippa United at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in April.
Dolly has been one of Amakhosi’s top performers this campaign and has contributed to 13 goals for Chiefs, finding the back of the net on eight occasions while assisting a further five from 28 appearances across all competitions.
The Gauteng-born midfielder has since revealed Billiat and he practise their free kicks after training, which has proved fruitful after his free kick against Chippa earn him the Goal of the Month for April.
“We take our set pieces seriously,” Dolly told his club’s official website. “We practise at training – Khama Billiat and I stay behind after sessions and take free kicks.
“Luckily enough, it was in the range that I could take it and it went in. Throughout the season, we wanted to score from set plays, and I guess I was just the lucky one on that day.
“I really don’t know how it happened that way, it never crossed my mind. I think the way we played against Chippa, home and away, we created a lot of chances and there were opportunities for us to score good goals.
“Unfortunately, it had to be against them. The games were such that we created opportunities and were able to win them.”
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