Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane was disappointed with how his side threw away a two-goal lead in the first half against Maritzburg United.
Chiefs raced to a two-goal lead in the opening ten minutes, but went to the break level after the Team of Choice rallied back in fine style.
The match was played in front of a sold-out Harry Gwala Stadium and the victory strengthens the Amakhosi’s chances towards a second-place finish.
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What displeased the coach was the way which they allowed the two-nil to slip and highlights it as one of the areas that needs to improve on their end.
“As I said, we still have a lot of work to do. You can’t lead two-nil and concede two goals and then again you want to score," Zwane told SuperSport TV.
“At some point, you make mistakes that are going to be costly and you look at the goals we conceded again today. We could’ve done better. So, we’ll keep on working.
“We’ll never stop working or helping the players improve their game individually or collectively as a team.
"My only worry now is we were gaining the momentum now and we’re going to lose the momentum now again because we going to be off for two weeks.
“And let’s hope this time around when we come back we’re going to come back stronger and better than now because my worry is the momentum we were gaining that we might lose when we come back."
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