Papic: I am not satisfied as usual

2015-08-26 20:15
Kosta Papic (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Polokwane City coach Kosta Papic believes his team could have gotten more out of the match against Kaizer Chiefs following their 1-1 draw.

Central defender Eric Mathoho opened the scoring for AmaKhosi in the first-half at the Peter Mokaba Stadium when he pounced on a loose ball during a scramble in the penalty box.

Rise and Shine hit back after the break, though, following a rasping equaliser from Puleng Tlolane, who latched onto a rebound with a powerful volley from the edge of the box.

"My team tried to play football. I am not satisfied as usual, but I cannot complain at all," Papic told Soccer Laduma.

"Congratulations to my boys. We played against a very strong opponent. They are very dangerous and we stopped them, as much as we can. We scored and we had chances to score more goals.

"It was nice game and I am happy it did not finish 0-0, and that we scored a goal."

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