Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane believes a draw was a fair reflection after their crunch Absa Premiership clash against Kaizer Chiefs which finished 0-0.
Both sides enjoyed late chances at the FNB Stadium, with Tebogo Langerman hitting the woodwork for the Brazilians while George Maluleka missed a great chance to snatch the points for Amakhosi.
However, speaking after this weekend's clash, Mosimane said: "It was a fair result, let's be honest, we have to give them credit.
"I give them respect, they played well, they had their combination passes and they gave us a little bit of a hard time with (Camaldine) Abraw playing on the edge.
"We wanted to get behind them but they sat back, so we had to change strategy and play in front of them.
"Look, a point is a good draw, let's be honest. We can take it with no problem. You can't question much. They played well, we played well.
"We came to FNB, it's a very good team, a strong team Kaizer Chiefs. They should also be happy with a draw. It was a good game, good game."