Orlando Pirates midfielder Ben Motshwari says the Buccaneers were not satisfied with a point against Soweto rivals Kaizer Chiefs.
The Buccaneers came from behind to register a 1-1 draw with the AmaKhosi at the FNB Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Motshwari, who was named Man of the Match, claims Chiefs' approach made it difficult to exploits the spaces.
“It was a very tactical game, inasmuch as we wanted to win and chase the [leading] pack at the top but it was difficult, very tactical,” Motshwari told SuperSport after the game.
“They played with five at the back and two wings backs, it was difficult for us to exploit spaces on the sides because they were always overloading one side. It was a bit of a challenge. But other than that, it was a great game [although] tough.
“[In] the first half we created so many chances, we should have buried them, even myself I should have scored but it was unfortunate. We had to chase the game and managed to score. We’re not happy or satisfied with a point but we’ll take it.”