Cape Town -
Despite their 2-1 defeat to Orlando Pirates, Ajax Cape Town coach Roger De Sa remained proud of his wounded charges due to their tremendous
Erasmus and Lehlohonolo Majoro's first-half strikes were sufficient to hand the
Soweto giants maximum points over the Urban Warriors in an entertaining league
clash played at the Cape Town Stadium.
It was the
Urban Warriors first game since the death of their star player Cecil Lolo, who
was tragically killed in a car crash in Khayalitsha two weeks ago.
De Sa said
he was pleased to see the opposition goalkeeper Felipe Ovono walking away with
the man of the match accolade, which signals the positives out of his youthful
were lots of positives out of last night game.” Admitted De Sa
“I was just
a bit concerned and worried about some of Cecil‘s (Lolo) close friends in the
team on how they would carry themselves.
glad it’s over now, I think they did pretty well and now we can move on with our
lives and focus on the future.
performance was really fantastic and the game could have gone the either way.
good to see the opposition goalkeeper win the man of the match award.
shows that we were doing something good in the entire game.”