Orlando Pirates coach, Eric Tinker, was disappointed with his side's decision-making against Free State Stars.
Pirates lost ground on leaders Kaizer Chiefs, after drawing 1-1 with Free State Stars and Tinkler was baffled at how poor his side were after taking the lead.
"We knew it was going to be difficult. We started extremely well, , we got that early goal, our movement was very good, we knew we needed to spread them, we got the goal then I don't know what happened," he said after the game.
"We stopped doing the right things at the right moment, Our crossing was poor, our decision-making in the final third was poor, and that obviously created difficulties for us.
"We knew they were going to play the long ball, I felt we dealt with it very well, I felt Issa (Sarr) had a superb game, he was picking up a lot of second balls
"Just unfortunately couldn't get that second, because I think if we got that second, maybe we could have even got the third but that's not the and you also got to give credit to them."