Hunt not happy with SuperSport's loss to Chiefs

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Gavin Hunt
Gavin Hunt

SuperSport United head coach Gavin Hunt says his side should have been out of sight in the first half against Kaizer Chiefs.

SuperSport's three-game winning run in the DStv Premiership came to an end after a 2-1 loss to Chiefs on Saturday evening.

Grant Margeman gave Matsatsantsa the lead on 15 minutes but a brace from Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana guided the Soweto giants to victory.

Read: Caleb double ends Chiefs' winless run

"We should never lose a game like that, never in a million years! First-half we could have been out of sight in the first ten to 15 minutes," Hunt told SuperSport TV.

"So many opportunities, you don't score. I mean the goals [we conceded] really poor goals, from a goal-kick, we kick and miss, a miscue.

"So it's disappointing, should never lose a game like that."

The former Chiefs coach was asked where does he think his team lost the game.

"We conceded really two poor goals and we had so many opportunities you know, we should have been 3-0 up in the first 15 minutes there," he said.

"And don't score and then you can do what you like and they got something right on half-time, which is really poor from out perspective you know.

"Anyway,  ja, we shouldn't be losing but ja, all fair play," he added.