Johannesburg - Moroka Swallows coach Gordon Igesund feels poor decision making
was to blame for his side's inability to wrestle the three points away
from Mamelodi Sundowns this weekend.
The Dube Birds and PSL leaders Sundowns produced a thrilling
encounter at the Dobsonville Stadium on Friday evening, with the two
sides finishing the evening level pegging at 2-2.
However, Igesund - a four-time Premiership champion with four
different clubs - feels his side should have created far more chances
than they mustered over the 90 minutes.
"The decision-making was poor. A player would shoot when there's
an option and then pass when he should be taking a shot," said Igesund.
"We also conceded just before the break, which could have been different had we gone to half-time 1-0 ahead."
The result left Swallows sixth in the PSL standings, six points behind the Brazilians.