Following his side’s 2-0 loss to Mamelodi Sundowns in the Absa Premiership on Tuesday night, Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt has berated his team for their poor showing.
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“I am disappointed,” Hunt said to the media after the game.
“We are struggling with numbers, we don’t have legs. The first goal goes in and you try and chase the game and create opportunities again, but you leave yourself exposed at the back.
“At the end of the day, it is just not good enough. You can’t make mistakes like that like we did for the goals.
“You have to give Sundowns credit. They have the quality in the final third. They hang up there, they play off the break.”
Hunt also bemoaned his strikers’ lack of killer instinct in front of goal with numerous players missing some easy scoring chances.
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“You have to score when you get the chance,” added Hunt. “Gamal (Amr) had two good chances in the first half and two or three in the second half. James (Keene) should have scored there as well.
“Sundowns had far more quality up front, they played a long ball all night and it caught us.
“We gave away a goal right in the corner, you just have to play the ball down the line, and not play inside straight to Percy (Tau) and the rest is history.
“The second goal we had good possession of the ball and lost it on the half way line, but you can’t make errors like that,” he added.