Playing our consecutive away game in 5 days was always going to test our player’s fitness as well as mental strength.
We started the game much better than our our outing against Witbank Spurs. The tempo and urgency looked improved and we managed to put a few passes together to get into the final third.
They did manage to create a few opportunities and had a couple of chances but our defense and goalkeeper Mbaeva stood firm and we went into the halftime goalless.
In The 2nd half once again we increase our intensity and had more clear cut chances to score. Our organisation and tactical discipline will always give us a good foundation to go and attack the opposition.
Even if we played for another 2 days, I don’t think we would have scored. It was just one of those games where their goalkeeper was stopping everything that came his way.
Credit to my players, as once again we didn’t concede nor lose our game and we keep the momentum with us.
Our players can now go into the Nedbank Cup vs Supersport on Saturday more relaxed and enjoy the occasion but still give a good account of ourselves and not destroy what we have built thus far.
Thanks for the continuous support from back home.