Bosses delivered an improved execution after a dreary run of structure in the DStv Premiership to hold the title-pursuing SuperSport to a draw as Reeve Frosler's shocking opener was counterbalanced by a second-half Bradley Grobler punishment.
Furthermore, 34-year-old Parker, who's been reprimanded for his absence of impact and objectives in the midst of the club's battles this season delivered a productive showcase in a new position which Hunt noted.
The four-time alliance victor needed to manage without six first-cooperative individuals while Willard Kastsande endured a physical issue in the wake of being managed the cost of an uncommon beginning.
"I think Bernard Parker [produced] a man of the match show, I thought he was fabulous," Hunt said. "I played him in focal midfield since we don't actually have [options].
"He was incredible, great, we clearly searched for him to attempt to get into the case however that won't be specialty yet he was generally excellent."
On the new injury gives that has tormented their season: "Each game is a similar story, each game we are taking off players for different explanation, I'm not taking them off on the grounds that I need to roll out an improvement [tactically].
"It's been similar to that the vast majority of the period, I can't roll out strategic improvements, it's tied in with stopping openings and that is the thing that it is."
Amakhosi have Guinea Ligue 1 Pro bosses Horoya AC next for their CAF Champions bunch stage debut on Tuesday evening at FNB Stadium (18h00).
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