Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Njabulo Blom says the team is disappointed with their 2-1 loss to Chippa United on Saturday.

Despite dominating their opponents in goal-mouth action, the Chiefs missed numerous clear-cut chances and conceded as a result of individual errors.

We were disappointed because we had the game in our hands after leading in the first half. We gave them easy goals and blew our opportunities.

“We are disappointed with the outcome, but we are looking forward to the game on Wednesday.”

Blom and his team will have an opportunity to quickly make amends when they face this season’s surprise strugglers TS Galaxy at the FNB Stadium on Wednesday. Despite Galaxy’s position in the DStv Premiership, Blom is not complacent, believing there are no easy games left in the league.

“To be honest, there is no small team in the DStv Premiership anymore because every team is trying to win games; we’ll go out there and work hard to get maximum points.”

The 22-year-old midfielder has promised the AmaKhosi faithful that the Chiefs will get all three points when they return to the FNB Stadium this week after using the Moses Mabhida Stadium as an alternative “home venue” in their last game.

“After the loss, we understand that they are disappointed, as are we, and we promise to give our all on Wednesday and work hard.” “We promise to get the most points on Wednesday,” a confident Blom said.

Wednesday’s game begins at 19:30.

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