AmaZulu mentor Benni McCarthy is happy with a point from their 2-2 draw with Golden Arrows in the Durban derby at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium yesterday.
With four games played and no triumph recorded, McCarthy feels they are moving the correct way.
Furthermore, what intrigued him yesterday was that they were presently tracking down the rear of the net, having scored multiple times in their last two matches.
"It was an extremely engaging game however I think it was a botched chance for us. We played incredibly well and we began the game all around well," McCarthy said.
"High beat and great possibilities that we made, we hit the objective and we resembled a group that was continually going to score. I truly like what I saw from the group. Hard working attitude, the mindset, we won't ever surrender. We kept on diving in there, we turned the game around and we ought to have presumably got the champ.
"Generally speaking, I can't say anything negative about getting a point. Improving than getting a misfortune and we scored two objectives, exceptionally certain signs that we are moving the correct way."
With his side to confront Baroka in the following match on Saturday, McCarthy is positive that they will turn the corner soon.
"The group is gradually getting to our best. Ideally, come the last stages we will be in a decent structure and we will work from this game," he said.
"We got three focuses in the log [from three draws] and in the event that we get a success on Saturday we will move to the top half.
"It has been an intense beginning. It is difficult and I can't turn and play players who are attempting to subside into the manner in which we play. We go with what we know and what works for us.
"In general, I'm content with a point and that we scored two objectives and ideally we can expand on this outcome on Saturday."
In the interim, Arrows mentor Lehlohonolo Seema feels they let Usuthu free as he feels they ought to have dominated the game.
"This is the thing that you are searching for in the derby game and objectives, punishments, and I think we let them free," Seema said.
"We might have changed over a portion of the possibilities we made however credit to us, we are as yet a youthful group with new folks actually attempting to settle."
Source : SowetanLive
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