Kaizer Chiefs striker Bernard Parker says his side will put their recent setback behind them and focus on their upcoming clash against AmaZulu on Tuesday.
The Glamour Boys suffered their first defeat of the campaign when they fell to a narrow 1-0 defeat at the hands of Polokwane City at the FNB Stadium over the weekend.
Despite the defeat, Amakhosi remain at the summit of the Absa Premiership standings with 10 points, having won three, drawn once and conceded one defeat from their first five-game of the new season.
Parker will be hoping Amakhosi can turn out a positive result when they travel to KwaZulu Natal on Heritage Day.
‘Looking at our last game, we played well but the result did not go our way. It’s a good thing that we know why we did not get the result we wanted. Now as we prepare for the game against AmaZulu, we know the dos and the don’ts, what works for us and what does not work for us,’ Parker told his club’s official website.
‘It’s a good thing we had that test and the defeat to Polokwane was a test of character. We have shown character in two of our games where came back from behind and won those games.
‘We will go into this match with same level of energy, aggression and spirit that we have gone into all our games. As well as knowing how important these three points are in keeping us at the top.’
The match at the King Zwelithini Stadium with kick off set for 3pm.
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