Kaizer Chiefs head coach, Steve Komphela, was disappointed with his side's use of possession in the loss to Orlando Pirates.
Chiefs unbeaten run in the league came to an end after they lost 3-1 to Soweto rivals, Orlando Pirates, at the FNB Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
"They had better energy, they had better intentions, which I thought we were a bit yard away from what they were doing," Komphela said.
"Each time we got the ball, we lost it, they were a bit fast on transition, we could have done better and when we regained possession we were not as swift and quick. The fact remains, we lost it, we have to respond congratulations to them.
"They (set-pieces) decide the games, even us we scored from a set-piece and they also scored from set-pieces. Matches of this nature decided on critical phases on set pieces and transitions.
"We just need to go back and re-think what happened today and respond."