Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane feels his side should have been awarded a penalty in their 1-0 loss to Sekhukhune United.
Vusi Mncube’s goal early in the second half was enough to earn Babina Noko a win at the FNB Stadium on Saturday night.
The defeat ended Amakhosi’s three-match unbeaten run, leaving them on 24 points, 13 behind leaders Mamelodi Sundowns, while Sekhukhune moved up to 10th with 18 points.
“I think we started a bit sluggish. We gained momentum and we had control of the game though we played in patches. We created quite a few chances in the first half, but we could not take them,” Zwane told SuperSport TV after the game.
“We were actually on the front foot after introducing Ash (Ashley Du Preez) and the young Mduduzi [Shabalala], [Kgaogelo] Sekgota as well. We wanted to put them under pressure and force them to make mistakes.
“And we did force them to make mistakes, we were just unfortunate and I believe there was a penalty there when Bimenyimana was charging towards the ball and he was pulled.
“Unfortunately, the referee did not see it and it is one of those things. I think the boys tried, against the run of play we conceded. We shouldn’t have because it was from our mistake again,” he added.
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