Tembo feels his side played an ideal pair and would remove a ton of up-sides from the game in front of their experience against TS System at Mbombela Arena tomorrow (3.30pm).
Matsatsantsa a Pitori let a 2-0 lead slip to lose the match as Privateers hit back two times from spot-kicks prior to scoring a champ late in injury time through Goodman Mosele.
"What was most disappointing is subsequent to having a decent beginning the manner in which we did, I thought we had the option to see off the game somewhat better," Tembo told the media after the game.
"Privateers got two punishments in a space of three minutes. We might have improved as far as dealing with the game. We didn't do that and it was exceptionally baffling, however assuming you take a gander at the work put in by these adolescents, there are a ton of up-sides.
"I'm very content with the exhibition and there are many things we can chip away at. It will accompany time. The more they play, the more they improve."
SuperSport additionally had chances towards the finish to dominate the game however neglected to change over them before they were rebuffed.
Also, there isn't a lot of opportunity to chip away at their getting done with an excursion to Mbombela tomorrow.
"At the point when you play three games in presumably seven days, there isn't a lot preparing to be finished. We center more around recuperation, that what is undeniably significant - that players are very much refreshed," Tembo said.
"Also, it's about rest since you need them new in the game and you could see it's difficult, it's burdening. Be that as it may, I thought we played well indeed, we battled collectively and we might have dominated the match with the possibilities we got, particularly eventually with [Thamsanqa] Gabuza.
"I think Gabuza had two possibilities, the first before the punishment, he ought to have taken it and went 3-1 up. From that point, they proceeded to get a punishment and they scored."
Tomorrow: Galaxy v SuperSport, Mbombela 3.30pm; CPT City v Gallants, Cape Town, 5.30pm; Chiefs v Arrows, FNB, 7.30pm
Sunday: Stellenbosch v Royal, Danie Craven, 3.30pm.
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