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Kaizer Chiefs goals from set pieces-Corner,Free kick and Penalty

Kaizer Chiefs have been deadly in the 2019/20 season from set pieces. They have scored an unbelievable 7 goals from corner kicks, 4 goals resulting from free kicks and 3 penalties. The main reason Kaizer Chiefs finds itself top of the ABSA 2019/20 PSL log. In total, as of 18 January 2019 Kaizer Chiefs have scored 37 goals in the ABSA 2019/20 PSL, an estimate 11 of those goals coming from set pieces. While in the Telkom knockout cup, Cardoso scored 2 penalties against Pirates and a goal from Sasman from Manyama free kick.




Corner Kicks

Chiefs 9 goals from corner kicks have been a clear use of qualitative superiority they get from their height advantage. Matoho is a towering 198 cm, Nurkovic is 193 cm and Castro is 183 cm. George Maluleka providing 3 assists while Manyama provided 6 assists.

View list of goals scored from set pieces

Free Kicks

Amazingly Kaizer Chiefs have not scored direct from a free kick but have profited by crossing the ball in the penalty box and scoring from headers. Manyama has provided 4 free kicks that have led goals.

View list of goals scored from set pieces

Penalty

Kaizer Chiefs have scored 3 penalties, all from the boot of the centre back- Daniel Cardos!

Do you think set pieces are the reason why Kaizer Chiefs find them top of the ABSA 2019/20 PSL season? Please leave your comments below.

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