Kaizer Chiefs head coach was critical of his side's central defenders for Baroka's goal in their 1-1 draw on Tuesday evening.
Chiefs dropped points for a second consecutive clash in the DStv Premiership after their stalemate with the Limpopo outfit at FNB Stadium.
While Hunt was less than pleased with the defending for Bakgakga's goal, he once again lamented the missed chances throughout the clash.
"A lot of opportunities again. We could've been out of sight in the first half," the Chiefs coach told SuperSport after the game.
"I mean Castro should have scored two when he came on. Happy should have scored in the first half, Reeve had an open goal in the first half.
"Baroka did well, they work hard, they're strong, they're fit, but we knew that. But all in all, disappointed with the result but we showed a little bit of character to come back. But we've got to be tougher. Can't concede a goal like that.
"Our two centre-backs they must be eight feet tall and their 27 was outjumping them the whole day.
"I thought their 27 was unbelievable. Fantastic performance from the boy up front. That's how the goal came. Anyway, it's what we've got to get better at. We've got to get a lot more game toughness in us and a little bit more awareness."