While Kaizer Chiefs Head Coach Gavin Hunt says that Stellenbosch are an awkward team to play against, he was disappointed in how his team conceded their goals in the 2-2 DStv Premiership draw on Tuesday.
Stellenbosch took the lead twice against Chiefs at the FNB Stadium and Hunt was disappointed to concede from a corner, and a cross into the box.
While he was happy with with the character of his team to come back twice, he thought the goals didn’t come from Stellenbosch’s strengths, but rather from their own lapses.
“Very different in a structure way, you know, well, there’s no team in the league that plays with that structure,” Hunt said about Steve Barker’s team.
“Obviously, they play to the strengths of what they got, and what they’ve signed. And they want an open game, they want the game to go from back to front and they want the game to be open, which I knew was always going to be a problem with their pace.”
“So you know, that’s the way they play. But as soon as we control it, we had control the game. But then on the turnovers, they play on the turnovers, which they good at.”
“But remember the two goals came from a corner and a cross into the box, which we should have taken care of.”