Rustenburg - Following their midweek
stalemate against log leaders Kaizer Chiefs, Platinum Stars goalkeeper Kabelo
Dambe was pleased to come out of the tough clash with a point against the high
flying Amakhosi outfit.
Dikwena and Amakhosi shared the spoils in
an exciting 2-all draw at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane on Tuesday
night, which was their fifth meeting of the season.
Stars found the back of the net through
Eleazar Rodgers and Robert Ng’ambi, while Tefu Mashamaite and Siphiwe
Tshabalala replied for the Phefeni Glamour Boys.
The Botswana international hinted that
Dikwena should have walked away with the three points but their erratic defence
let them down.
“We did our best as a team,” said Dambe.
“Coming out of the clash against Chiefs
with a point meant something for us.
“Every time when you play against Chiefs,
you have to expect them to come at you.
“I did my best to save my team to keep them
in the game.
“I managed to make about three to four
saves in the first half and I also did well in the second half.
“The first goal we conceded, somehow I made
a mistake and the second goal it was our defence who made a mistake.
“But a point away from home was good for
Dikwena are now out of the relegation zone
and currently occupy 12th spot on the log standings.
Their next game will be against Bidvest
Wits at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace on Sunday.
Kick-off is at 15:30.