The Glamour Boys earned a come-from-behind victory thanks to a hatrick of penalties by Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana.

The Burundian forward made history by slotting a hatrick of penalties at the DHL Stadium.

Bimenyimana however believes his side deserved MORE penalties. Take a look at what he had to say below.

“I think we deserved the penalties and maybe more because in the first half there were some incidents where we could have got more.” Bimenyimana told Citizen.

“To get into that moment and complete the goals was something special. I have confidence in myself that I can score every penalty and it happened.

“I didn’t know about that [history], I just came here to score goals. I am happy for myself, and I am happy for the team.

“We have been pushing and working hard for this moment. My mindset is to score in every game.

“Whether I score two or one, I will go for it and we will see at the end how many we have scored.”

“We are always starting very slow and we gave them the time and space to play on the ball in their build-ups.” the Kaizer Chiefs coach told SundayWorld

“From those build-ups, you could see it was a warning, they had about two chances that they could have capitalised on before they scored the goal.

“Kaizer Chiefs have one thing in mind, we can only win if we score goals and defend well. It’s not going to come on a silver platter. We are going to have to grind and work for the result.”

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