Orlando Pirates mentor Josef Zinnbauer said his side need more focuses to be considered, as title competitors right now after their 1-0 triumph more than ten-man Bloemfontein Celtic.
The Buccaneers supervisor conceded his side battled in spite of playing with an additional man for the greater part the game, after Ndumiso Mabena was red-checked on the stroke of half-time.
"Troublesome game. Not the best execution from us. Be that as it may, as of late we had a ton of games and here we didn't play so well however we have three focuses," he revealed to SuperSport TV.
"We can talk about against 10. However, some of the time it's more neutralize 10 players. Not a decent execution from us but rather we are content with three focuses. It was significant for us.
"Presently the players can rest. You can see they are exceptionally worn out."
Privateers moved inside a state of third-set SuperSport United, with the success however Zinnbauer has made light of the Buccaneers' title desires.
"We have insufficient focuses we can discuss the highest point of the log. It's unrealistic. We look from one game to another. We have additionally the cup in the purse. We need to perceive what occurs later on. At the point when we come nearer, we can discuss title."
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