Kaizer Chiefs head coach, Steve Komphela, was left disappointed after his side conceded yet another late goal.
Ryan Moon had given Chiefs the lead in the 77th minute, however Knox Mutizwa struck in stoppage time to earn Golden Arrows a point, as they drew 1-1 at the FNB Stadium.
"It's tiring, what else can you do? I don't know how many matches we've given away," Komphela said after the game.
"If you look back again, it won't help you but I can't believe matches that we give away for no apparrent reason.
"Even in April were supposed to be sitting on 51 points, but we are giving away matches. Last minute, you know that four minutes has been raised, you've gone through three, defend for your life. I'm just disappointed, but what can you do."
Komphela added that they are yet to learn from the previous encounters when conceding late in games.
"They (Arrows) looked deadly when they came out, even in the first half they caught us. I thought we were not as crisp coming in the counter attacks and game was not as fluid," he added.
"We did get chances, beautiful goal by (Ryan) Moon but again, should we have drawn this match, not at all. We've suffered so many similar setbacks, it seems we don't want to learn. For whatever reason we don't learn."