Hunt fumes at 'injustice'
Johannesburg - Gavin Hunt felt SuperSport United were robbed in their 2-0 defeat to Kaizer Chiefs at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Matsatsantsa dominated much of the play, but lacked the killer instinct which saw them pick up three league titles in a row.
Knowledge Musona's goal against the run of proceedings in the 42nd minute looked to have knocked the stuffing out of United and they never seemed to regain their confidence - even after Kaizer Motaung Junior was red-carded in the 55th minute, giving them a numerical advantage.
Hunt cut a dejected and disbelieving figure after the game and said: "What can I say? To dominate a game like that and then the score says 2-0 to Chiefs. They had two breakaways.
"We totally outplayed them. They didn't worry us at all, but the scoreline is 2-0, so what can we do - it was a total injustice."
Hunt lamented his side's inability to put the ball in the back of the net, a problem which ultimately cost them the game and has resulted in their slow start to the season.
United have already suffered three defeats in six games and are eight points behind league leaders Mamelodi Sundowns, but Hunt still insisted his men shouldn't be written off from clinching a historic fourth-straight title.
But after watching them dominate and lose to both the Brazilians and Amakhosi, it is evident that Matsatsantsa don't possess the stranglehold on the PSL which they boasted in the past three seasons.