Solomons: We Want To Keep Our PSL status
Speaking after his side's 1-0 win over Black Leopards, Polokwane City coach, Boebie Solomon's believes the points were more important than playing pretty football.
Vukile Mgnqibisa's first half header secured the win for Rise and Shine, which saw them jump to the top of playoff standings and Solomons was glad they got the three points.
"We had no players for this game, six of our regular players were injured," said Solomons.
"You could see Kanyenda was injured but we had to start him, we had no strikers, all our strikers we injured, we couldn't go forward.
"But I think we sat too deep and we gave them too much respect in the second half, we have to move our block a little bit higher.
"So hopefully we learn from that, and you know what's important here? the points, it's not how pretty you want to play, we want the points, we want to keep our PSL status and that was very important."
While goalscorer, Vukile Mngqibisa, said the side had practiced these set pieces at training.
"At training we practiced this, We knew that they were not good at set-pieces, so we had to practice." said Mngqibisa.