Coach On Bucs Draw: We Did Not Play Like AmaZulu Can Play
AmaZulu Coach Not Satisfied With Performance Against Pirates
AmaZulu coach Cavin Johnson was not impressed with his team’s performance in their game against Orlando Pirates.
Usuthu returned to KwaZulu-Natal with one point after their trip to Orlando Stadium on Saturday evening, when they played to a 1-1 draw with Bucs in their Absa Premiership game.
“We did not play like AmaZulu can play. I thought in the first half we were okay. We got the goal. I thought we could have scored the second goal. It could have eased our nerves. But one mistake from us and they managed to score.
“We know what type of a team Pirates are. They are a running team and they always fight back especially at Orlando Stadium. They always give you a hard time. In the second half, we were not in the game. We were lucky not to concede. I thought our goalkeeper being part of the eleven players – did his job. He saved our bacon.
“We came to the Orlando Stadium with a point and we go back home with one point. We are happy. It’s always difficult that’s why,” said Johnson as quoted on AmaZulu’ official website.
In their next PSL assignment, Usuthu will travel to Cape Town Stadium and meet Cape Town City on Friday.