Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt
Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt believes his aspect performed effectively of their 1-1 draw towards SuperSport United on Saturday, however once more he bemoaned “one mistake” that in the end proved expensive.
The outcome leaves Chiefs winless of their final 5 PSL fixtures and ninth on the PSL desk.
That’s territory that may by no means be acceptable to followers of this membership and Hunt, in his first season at Chiefs, is below strain.
It seemed like Chiefs had been on monitor to report a victory on Saturday once they had been 1-0 up due to a objective from defender Reeve Frosler, however SuperSport hit again via a Bradley Grobler penalty on 67 minutes after Chiefs defender Anthony Akumu had needlessly tugged on an opposition jersey whereas defending a free kick.
Talking to SuperSport TV after the match, Hunt was philosophical.
“I assumed we performed effectively … if soccer you’d perceive we must always have received the gam,” Hunt mentioned.
“I mentioned to the gamers earlier than the sport that a very powerful factor taking part in towards SuperSport is that we do not give free-kicks away.
“After which one free-kick and we pull the jersey.
“We’re getting harm for one mistake each sport and that is what has been taking place to us lots this season.
“A penalty right here, a mistake right here and that is what price us and clearly we do not reap the benefits of the possibilities.”
Chiefs are subsequent in league motion on March 2 once they journey to TTM.