Highlands Park head coach Owen Da Gama was left frustrated by his side's missed opportunities in the defeat to Kaizer Chiefs.
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The Lions of the North gave a good account of themselves but ultimately went on to lose 3-2 to the Soweto giants on Saturday evening.
“Four one-on-ones with the goalkeeper? I mean please! Tactically, they had to bring on another defender to try and close off the game. But a lot of amateur mistakes," Da Gama told SuperSport after the game.
“How many times have we said this season that if you don’t score one-on-one with goalkeepers, they will eventually get a chance.
“But I’m proud of the boys. They’re learning the hard way. But surely away from home, we took the game to them.
“I believe in building a foundation and we just have to be better than this next (game). I thought today we lost the game. Chiefs didn’t win the game.
“Let’s give them credit because they took the opportunites, but we lost the game, with the amount of opportunities we had. I still say we lost this game.
“But congratulations to Chiefs, they are a very good team. They’ve done very well, but I’m very proud of my boys."