Baroka's Man of the Match Talent Chawapiwa bemoaned his side's lack of killer instinct in front of goal, following their draw with Kaizer Chiefs.
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The men from Limpopo moved on to four points after they recorded a 1-1 draw with the Soweto giants on Tuesday evening.
“Firstly I want to thank God for today, it’s now the second [Man of the Match award] in a row,” Chawapiwa told SuperSport.
“Going back to the match I think in the second half we did better because of the instructions of the coach. The coach told us what we were not doing.
“He said we must not give them too much respect, we can go out and win this game.
“That has been our main problem[scoring goals]. Every game we get so many chances but our finishing is very poor. I think we’re going to work on it in the upcoming games,” he concluded.
Baroka now turn their attention to the Limpopo derby against Polokwane City this weekend.