Kaizer Chiefs head coach Stuart Baxter was left unhappy despite his side claiming a victory over Supersport United.
Bernard Parker's brace was enough to hand the visitors maximum points.
Amakhosi have now moved to the fifth position in the DStv premiership.
Speaking after the game Baxter said they deserved the maximum points based on their second half performance and they will have to look at their first half performance.
He admitted that they headed to the game knowing very well that Supersport are a great team who are well drilled, compact and can trouble the defence of the opponents.
Baxter added that they wanted to stretch SSU out and get the space between but his side Chiefs did not do that well.
"We gave the ball away far too much and we did a very difficult first half," said the English coach.
He admitted that there were moments his side played well.
Baxter said the halftime talk was about minimizing the space before the block because they conceded minutes before halftime.
Baxter concluded that his side's second half performance was much better and they looked more dangerous.
Source: iDiski Times
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