Baroka FC coach Wedson Nyirenda laments poor officiating

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Wedson Nyirenda
Wedson Nyirenda
Baroka FC coach Wedson Nyirenda has attributed Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Mamelodi Sundowns to poor officiating.
 
Baroka were sent deep into the relegation zone while Sundowns' victory helped them move to second position behind Orlando Pirates.
 
The Brazilians still have a game in hand, which will play against Chippa United at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Tuesday.
 
Despite praising his players for what he termed as a good performance against Sundowns, Nyirenda was left fuming with the match officials' decisions.
 
"So amazing. I think this is one of the matches that will go down in my history [as worst] in PSL," said Nyirenda.
 
"I saw many things that I never saw before. I have to review it again on TV so that I can see it properly because I don't know what to make out of it. Most of the decisions I don’t know what to make out of it."
 
Bakgaga were forced to play the final 15 minutes against Sundowns with ten men after midfielder Rodwell Chinyengetere was shown a red card for a foul on Hlompho Kekana.
 
"If you saw it, it became bad for us when we lost the player. How can that be a red card? How can that be a foul in the first place? It paralysed the team. He knows that with 11 against 11 they were not doing anything and he had to bring us to nine men [sic]," added Nyirenda.