Johannesburg - Bidvest Wits goalkeeper Moeneeb Josephs believes that his team-mates lacked a bit of a composure inside the final third which led to their defeat against the high flying Mpumalanga Black Aces last Friday.
AmaZayoni were too strong for the Clever Boys as they triumphed 2-1 in an Absa Premiership clash played at the Bidvest Stadium courtesy of a brace from inform skipper, Collins Mbesuma.
The Cape Town born 'keeper said the Students could have walked away with three points if they managed to convert all their goal scoring opportunities.
“We had a good second half and we should have taken our chances in the first half,” said Josephs.
“And if you don’t take your chances in football you get punished for that.
“But credit must go to Aces, they really stood their ground and we also lost our concentrations and they punished us for that.
“And we also created a lot of goal scoring opportunities but we needed a little bit of composure inside the box.
“But it was really lacking and credit must also go to their goalkeeper, he really stood between us and a win but if we had that composure we could have won the game.”