Three days have passed since Mamelodi Sundowns handed Orlando Pirates a 6-0 drubbing at Loftus, which resulted in some the Buccaneers' fans stampeding on to the field. Do the players owe their supporters an apology?
Pirates' defeat was the worst in the club's history, and it came just a few months after they had fallen to their previous worst loss, the 6-1 beating handed to them by SuperSport United.
Muhsin Ertugral resigned from his post after that match, but not much was said or done by the players after that result against Matsatsantsa, and the same has unfolded once again.
No player has come out and apologised on their social media accounts, although club chairman Dr Irvin Khoza did hold a press conference on Monday to express his concerns on the incident.
With only four wins this season, Pirates have definitely been classified as a "fail" so far, and the fans are, rightfully, upset.
Do you think the players should acknowledge what happened on the field against Downs?