Usuthu played a home goalles draw in their CAF Champions League encounter against Mazembe on Friday evening.
The club will have a tough task when they visit Mazembe for the return leg after failing to take a home ground advantage at Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Speaking after the game McCarthy insisted that he cannot complain about the performance of his players as he believes that they performed well especially in the second half.
McCarty added that despite playing a goalles draw the tie is not yet over and believes his side can still do the job in DRC when they visit Mazembe for the return leg.
"I think I couldn’t have too many complaints because nobody gave us a chance, first of all, against this outfit, that is Mazembe," said McCarty after the game.
He added that his team were a bit too slow in the first half and let the opponents to dictate the game and too many of Amazulu players were struggling to adjust to the game.
He said in the second half they adjusted well, opened the pitch a little bit and had some movements.
McCarthy concluded that Mazembe has the experience over Usuthu and they were happy to get away draw as they want to take the game back to DRC.
Source: iDiski Times
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