Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt says that he was disappointed to see his side held to a 2-2 draw against Golden Arrows in the DStv Premiership on Saturday.
The Amakhosi coach is still not convinced by his team’s performances upfront and at the back, although he feels that the penalty decision against them in this game was a poor one.
Talking to SuperSport after the game, he said:
“Ja, look, very disappointed with a 2-2 draw. I thought we had the game in control, we had so many opportunities.
“But you can see why we haven’t scored in seven games. The chances we missed, really, one-on-one with the goalkeeper in the first-half, could have been three or four there.
“Second-half as well, played some good stuff. And then, ja, defending has also been a problem. From where we’ve been and where we are, I’m disappointed. But that’s a good sign that we’re disappointed, because we expected more, that’s for sure.
“We just have to move to the next game on Tuesday against Swallows, and then a few days and Cameroon.
“I don’t think it was a penalty, I think it was a really poor decision. Maybe they got all the penalties last year, so they get given against you now. But it’s disappointing that we came away with a draw. Really disappointed.”