Gavin Hunt (Gallo Photos)
A disillusioned Gavin Hunt admitted that Kaizer Chiefs had a number of work to do to show their fortunes round after struggling a 2-1 residence defeat to Cape City Metropolis on the FNB Stadium on Wednesday.
Targets by Tashreeq Morris and Shock Ralani handed the Residents a formidable win on the street, with substitute Kearyn Baccus grabbing a comfort strike.
Talking instantly after the ultimate whistle, Hunt stated he felt his aspect had been unfortunate to not come away with a draw after a late fightback.
“Disillusioned with the consequence, I assumed we deserved a draw,” Hunt advised SuperSport TV.
“It [an equaliser] did not come, however we had been additionally on the again foot early within the first half. It is disappointing.
“We have led video games in the course of the season and ended up throwing it away, and we must always’ve come away with a draw right here tonight, that is for certain.
“The ultimate ball allow us to down, however in addition they had possibilities to be honest, and we additionally seemed a bit heavy-legged, so it wasn’t good.,” he added.
Along with his aspect heading for his or her worst-ever end within the PSL period, Hunt admitted that his aspect wanted to point out a number of enchancment within the last stretch of the season.
“Each recreation is essential from the beginning of the season proper to the top,” Hunt added.
“There is no distinction, so we have to regroup now and go once more on Sunday.”
When questioned concerning the particular areas of enchancment his aspect wanted to make, Hunt answered with each an ambiguous and ominous “lot’s of labor”.
Chiefs subsequent face Sundowns in a highly-anticipated league encounter at Loftus Versfeld Stadium.
Kick-off is at 15:00.