Bidvest Wits midfielder Daylon Claasen felt the draw with Kaizer Chiefs was fair outcome for both teams.
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The Clever Boys extended their unbeaten run in the new year after drawing 1-1 with Steve Komphela's charges.
Ryan Moon opened the scoring before Lehlohonolo Majoro equalised shortly after the break.
"It was a competitive match. Both teams had opportunities but we got the point and we'll take," Claasen told SuperSport after the game.
"There were chances for both teams, so it's fair result.
The former Ajax Amsterdam midfielder also spoke about coach Gavin Hunt's talk during the halftime break.
"He just motivates us and tells us what to correct from the first half and it worked, so we are happy," he added.