Bosses drew first blood by means of Reeve Frosler only seconds before the half-hour mark. SuperSport leveled matters when the alliance's driving scorer, Bradley Grobler, changed over from the spot halfway during that time period.
Arbitrator victor Hlungwani granted Matsatsantsa the punishment after Akumu Agay pulled Thamsanqa Gabuza in the case.
"We were acceptable. We ought to have dominated the match yet we made an idiotic blunder, pulling a person in the case. We ought to have dominated the match by an agreeable score. It was a troublesome game. We played well. The developments were awesome,'' said Hunt.
"We showed great mindset. They [the players] are attempting. We made enough possibilities however we didn't change over. Making chances shows you play well.''
The four-time title victor additionally saved extraordinary acclaim for his veteran assailant Bernard Parker and impending star Nkosingiphile Ngcobo for their commitments against Matsatsantsa.
"Bernard Parker was the man of the match today [in certainty, that honor went to SuperSport's Thatayaone Ditlhokwe]. He was phenomenal. I played him in focal midfield since we don't actually have enough players there and he was great. Mshini [Ngcobo] was excellent,'' said Hunt.
One minute after the hour mark, Amakhosi had to supplant the harmed Frosler and Willard Katsande for Philani Zulu and Daniel Cardoso. Chase wailed over these constrained changes.
"Each game is a similar story. We are taking off players in view of wounds. I'm not taking off players since I need to roll out a strategic improvement. It's been similar to that for the entire season,'' said Hunt.
Bosses expect another energetic presentation when they have Guinean monsters Horoya in a CAF Champions League Group C experience at FNB Stadium tomorrow (6pm).
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