Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter has admitted that his team did not create enough goalscoring chances to win their game against Cape Town City.
Amakhosi played to a 0-0 draw against the Citizens at Cape Town Stadium on Tuesday night.
“We had good control of the game until probably the last 10 or 15 minutes, and I think because we did create chances without really hitting the target, we felt that we were the ones who should have gone on to win the game,” said Baxter after the game.
“So when we got to the last 15 minutes and had a couple of changes to make – you do always lose your shape a little bit – we conceded a couple of dangerous situations where we had to defend bravely.
“All in all I thought it was a better performance than against TS Galaxy [in the Nedbank Cup], and if we had a little better movement around our front three, and given them better service with that final pass, then I think we could have come away with all three points.
“We asked a lot of questions with our build-up play and around the box, we were still quite good, but the service into the front three, on a quite difficult pitch, made it quite hard.
“But we have to accept the point and the shut-out and take the positives from it.”
Chiefs will next face their nemesis Baroka FC next week Saturday.
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