Mosala: We Warned Stars About Chiefs' Aerial Threat
Free State Stars assistant coach Selaotse Mosala reveals they informed the players about Kaizer Chiefs' aerial ability before the match.
Ea Lla Koto failed to climb into the top four after they lost 1-0 to Chiefs at Goble Park on Wednesday evening.
Despite ending up on the losing side, Mosala felt Stars deserved something out of the encounter.
"If they score at that time, there's nothing we can do. That was killer for me. I think we've done well throughout the game, at some stages we took over the game," Mosala told SuperSport after the game.
"But that final pass was not coming, we were losing the ball in the final third.
"I think we stayed good enough in the game. We deserve something in the game, we deserved at least a point in this game, but what can we do? We lost the game in the last minute.
"We warned the players that they [Chiefs] are good aerially and they were sending up the big men, that is why we brought in Thamsanqa Teyise to come and help a little bit but they went and scored in the last minute."