Polokwane City coach, Luc Eymael, is pleased with the amount of chances that his team created in their goalless draw against Bidvest Wits last night.
Rise and Shine frustrated Gavin Hunt’s team at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium last night, despite Thapelo Tshilo’s sending off, and Eymael has said that his team just need to work on their shooting accuracy after creating chances throughout the game.
“We created five chances in the first-half, and they needed two big saves from (Darren) Keet,” he told Soccer Laduma. “In the second-half, we created three big chances, with a one-on-one, and also two nice saves from Keet. But in the second-half we had to play on the counter because of our smaller numbers”
Eymael went on to praise his team, saying that getting a result against a club of Wits’ magnitude is good for his players.
“In the first-half, we created chances. For me, to do so against a team like this, a team that finished second last season, is very good for Polokwane,” he added. “So I think there’s no problem and the only problem is that we need to score from those chances. We may have played on the counter for most of the second-half, but we had no choice when playing with 10 men.”