Mamelodi Sundowns head coach, Pitso Mosimane was surprised with the amount of time added on in the second half against Baroka FC.
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Masandawana had a chance to go top the log with, but Richard Matloga struck a penalty in second-half stoppage time to earn Baroka a point.
"I don't know if it was a penalty. I could not see it from where I am. I don't know if it's inside the box or outside the box," Mosimane said after the game.
"It's very difficult for us to see. For me it looks outside the box. It's okay. It's football.
"I'm not sure about the added six minutes. But it's OK.
"What surprises me is the guy says five and suddenly its six. I'm not complaining because we lost, I mean drew, because of added six minutes. It's part of the game. We have to continue. It's very sad. I hope the referee didn't make a mistake otherwise it's sad."
Mosimane also felt Baroka were more fresh after they last played a match on 30 April.
"We must be honest. We were playing a team that has not played in 12 days. They were sharper than us," he added.
"If it's not meant for us it's not meant for us. We keep going."