Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi
A upset Gavin Hunt On Tuesday rued what he called schoolboy errors from his gamers within the goalkeeping division and defence, as his Kaizer Chiefs facet scored gradual to grab a 2-2 scheme against Stellenbosch FC at FNB Stadium.
Stellenbosch scored first following yet every other goalkeeping error as Daniel Akpeyi used to be beaten within the air by Nathan Sinkala, who gave the net site visitors the lead.
Defender Eric Mathoho then misjudged a rotten that allowed Phathutshedzo Nange to rifle in a bullet header as Stellenbosch retook the lead gradual.
Hunt credited his gamers for showing resolution to grab a gradual scheme after young attacker Nkosingiphile Ngcobo scored gradual on and highlighted costly error by his facet.
“All in all upset with the end result, I conception we bask in got to carry out higher than that and eye these games out,” Hunt said post-match.
“But they obviously got a foothold within the sport after getting the early diagram after which once we get an equaliser, we went down 2-1 once more.
“The 2nd diagram used to be a proper schoolboy error. The identical role once more as successfully, truly contaminated defending and it be something that has cost us all season.”
Hunt added that his facet failed to sustain watch over the sport and for a majority played correct into the arms of their opponents.
“For a sport against Stellenbosch you develop no longer desire it to inch from pause to pause,” Hunt added.
“You wish to hope to protect a itsy-bitsy bit of extra compact however whereas you delivery chasing it the sport opens up and that suits them.
“Love I said we were chasing the sport and there has been two areas of the pitch that has cost us the entire season.
“But upset within the end result due to it be a home sport and now we want to get off and delivery seeing what we had been doing in practicing in latest weeks.”
Chiefs subsequent face a mandatory CAF Champions League conflict away to Horoya in their closing Group C fixture on Saturday.
Kick-off is at 21: 00.