After another inept performance in front of goal‚ Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp admits he is concerned about their scoring abilities and a lot of work is needed to make the side an effective attacking unit. He said this after their narrow and nervy 1-0 win over Eastern Cape amateurs Tornado FC in Mdantsane on Sunday in the first round of the Nedbank Cup in which they needed an extra-time own goal to progress to the last 16. “We made it difficult and the biggest issue‚ what we saw throughout the game‚ is the finishing. We didn’t get in any powerful shots and this is my biggest concern,” he said. “But‚ OK‚ this is nothing new to me. We were in a game where we had to produce‚ to dominate and to make options. But games like this are never an easy task.” Chiefs have in the past decade fallen four times in the Nedbank Cup to lower-league opponents, having never suffered that indignity before 2009. Tornado‚ while on the back foot for much of the game‚ looked like they might take Chi...

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