Platinum Stars head coach, Cavin Johnson, bemoaned his side's finishing and lack of concentration, following their loss to Kaizer Chiefs.
Dikwena fell to a 3-0 at the hands of the AmaKhosi but the Stars manager was disappointed with the way they conceded all three goals.
"The first half I think we had more chances than Kaizer Chiefs, we should should have scored the chance we got," Johnson said after the game.
"The goal that Chiefs, my goalkeeper could have done a bit better, because we know the quality of the set-pieces that Tshabalala takes and we should have dealt with it better.
"It was a real goal because we knew what was coming and when you plan your team and you what's going to come and those are moments we emphasise in training. We lost concentration and we got punished.
"The other two goals, I think we gifted Kaizer Chiefs because we had to go forward, we missed a couple of chance, we had them on the back foot towards the end of the second half, but I think we got TKO'd and good luck to Chiefs.