Durban - AmaZulu’s fighting spirit against Polokwane City was a pleasing sight to witness for embattled coach Craig Rosslee.
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“I was very happy with the fighting spirit; we went a goal down very early in the game and we did well to come back,” said Rosslee.
Speaking to Usuthu’s website, Rosslee feels that they had chances to even win the game even though they had missed a penalty.
“We had two or three good chances at the end to win it and they had their chances as well; it was a very open game.”
“Both sides fought extremely hard; you can see they were fighting for the coach who has just come in as well but I was very happy with the fighting spirit that the guys showed.”
AmaZulu are still without a victory in the PSL this season and occupy last spot on the PSL table.
Usuthu are the only side without a win this season but are only only three points behind 11th placed Bloemfontein Celtic.
Craig Rosslee’s side travel to face Bidvest Wits on Saturday, September 27 in their next PSL encounter.
Kick-off is scheduled for 15:00.
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