Golden Arrows defender Musa Bilankulu gave credit to Steve Komphela's tactics after they drew with Kaizer Chiefs at FNB Stadium.
Abafana Bes’thende drew first blood in the 34th minute through Nduduzo Sibiya’s strike before Kgotso Moleko salvaged a point for Amakhosi 13 minutes before time with a thumping header.
“The award goes to my teammates. The game was very tough, we knew that they will pack the midfield. Knowing coach Ernst Middendorp he likes to tweak around the systems, so the coach [Steve Komphela] had a plan, that’s why you see I was playing a different role because I was supposed to guard in front of defence and behind the midfield,” Bilankulu told SuperSport after being named Man of the Match.
The veteran defender added that he’s pleased so far with Arrows’ campaign and he’ll be happy if they qualify for the top eight position.
“We managed to be in the semi-finals of the Nedbank Cup, we wanted to proceed to the final but... In the league we want to finish in the top eight.
"Coming here we wanted the three points but we knew that Kaizer Chiefs is not an easy team, but we managed to keep the 1-0 as long as the 80th minute, but again we conceded in a form of a set-piece. We’ll keep on working to get those points so we can finish in the top eight,” he said.