We have been knocked out of the Nedbank Cup this afternoon by Kaizer Chiefs at FNB Stadium.

In a game that looked like it could have gone either way in the first half, it was three goals in the second stanza that stamped our exit of the 2018 edition of the competition.

We played a good first half in which it seemed like Chiefs dominated play but gave away possession and allowed us to play on the counter and into the last third. We were just not able to finish our chances though, and the lack of taking advantage of this made our game difficult.

We had some good moments that we were not able to capitalise on. We lost Mahachi in the first half due to an ankle injury and then needed to replace Nonyane in the second half because of a similar injury.

The exit of Nonyane was after Chiefs took advantage of his injury and scored their second off the boot of Parker.

The home side then sealed the game just three minutes later when Malongoane scored for the hosts.

Although a loss, there was promising play from Conco on his debut and once again Ndwandwe did not fail to perform.

We will need to assess our injury situation now ahead of our home game next weekend when we face Bidvest Wits at home at Princess Magogo Stadium.

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