Baxter was able to call on the likes of Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya and Siyabonga Ngezana in the game. The duo were long term absentees through injury.
“First half it was really, really difficult to play football.” Baxter complained to SuperSport TV about the Dobsonville Stadium.
“The pitch was boggy. It looks very nice, but it was very boggy.
“The rain and wind especially in the first half an hour were very, very troublesome.
“I thought our shape and balance was quite good and then our front players with their movement and their liveliness they produced three moments of excellence and that was enough to win the game. And then we were managing the game in the second half because with the pitch you just wanted to get away with three points.
“We tried to press high. We played with three centre-backs because that suited the material that we had today.
“But also, we played with three centre-backs so we could press them in that way to stop their inverted full-backs from getting on the ball and overloading the midfield. I think they went long more than they wanted to, and it worked out okay.
“We’ve got a squad. And we need to share the load.
“I thought Kearyn Baccus was excellent. Anthony worked hard but I think he’s had better days.
“He’s a great character. And Ntiya was ‘Little Dynamite Jim’ when he came on wasn’t, he.
“And Happy got some minutes as well and as you said Bibo got some minutes as well. All round a good day.
“And we got Siya back on the football field for the first time in a long time.
“We look forward to all the games. And then after the game you can ask me if I enjoyed it.” The coach spoke
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