Leonardo Castro helped Kaizer Chiefs to finally put an end to their goal-scoring drought yesterday, though Gavin Hunt remains disappointed with the result.
Chiefs played to a 2-2 draw against Golden Arrows in the DStv Premiership on Saturday afternoon, with Castro scoring both goals on the day.
However, Hunt has bemoaned the missed chances more than anything and pointed out that while Castro has reignited his goal-scoring form, he believes that the 31-year-old is at the age where he can not last the full 90-minutes for the team.
“I thought we had the game in control we had so many opportunities but you can see why we haven’t scored in seven games, the chances we missed, really? One on one with the goalkeeper in the first half? Could have been three or four. The second half as well we played some good stuff and then our defending has also been a problem. But you know, from where’ve been to where we are, I am disappointed but it is a good sign to be disappointed because we expected more that’s for sure,” Hunt told the media after the game.
“Castro scored two, I thought he worked hard but he could have had five today, he missed two-three chances in the first half, really, I mean good chances, much easier than the ones he had, so I am happy for him he works hard but obviously he is at the age where he can not play; he is not going to go the whole 90 minutes but we will try to do the best with what we got.”