Amakhosi created a bulk of scoring chances to put the game beyond the Citizens’ reach, however, the Glamour Boys were not clinical in front of the goal, managing to score two goals on the night.
“Both teams went for each other. I thought in the first half we gave them too many transitions, which is their strength, we can’t play to their hands,” he told SuperSport TV.
“Second half [was] a completely different ball game. But the match itself, I thought, had energy – a beautiful match to watch. Just that coming at the end of it, saying ‘you’re on the losing side’ doesn’t feel nice.
“Should we have won the match? I think so. There was a stage where there was chance after chance, after chance, even Eric [Tinkler] says he was telling his bench, ‘these guys are going to score.’
“For somebody who’s not a Chiefs fan, they will say ‘what a match!’ But for our people, the result is not good enough. Performance-wise, you can’t fault them [the players].”
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