Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands has imparted his mistake to his side's drubbing because of an uncontrolled Mamelodi Sundowns side in the Nedbank Cup quarterfinal.
The veteran goalkeeper needed to gather the ball out of his net on four events on Thursday evening as his side succumbed to a Sundowns' masterclass at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium.
After the match, a blue Sandilands shared his perspectives on his side's worse than average execution.
"I don't think we were adequate, you know as a major group, we weren't in the game as I would see it. Ja, I don't have the foggiest idea, clearly we simply need to return to the planning phase and simply continue to work and ja, this exhibition, it simply wasn't adequate," Sandilands told Pirates' media division.
"I simply believe it's about the outcome, its not about any close to home thing. I think we simply weren't adequate on the day. It's frustrating so as players, we need to assume liability and we must be superior to that. We are a major group and we need to assemble the pieces back again and skip back, the season isn't finished, so ja, we must warrior on," he added.
Privateers will hope to make up for themselves in their association experience when they take on Maritzburg United at the Orlando Stadium this Sunday.
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