Cape Town – Platinum
Stars coach Cavin Johnson admits that he knew Jomo Cosmos would be a tough side
According to KickOff,
Johnson believes that his side could easily have capitalised on Cosmos going
down to 10-men but instead Sono’s charges pushed Dikwena to get back into the
“It looked like we played a game of four halves,” he said
after the game.
“I thought in the first half we had control of the game; I
thought we could have scored another goal in the first half because if we are
two up against Jomo Cosmos it’s always difficult. They’re a good team with good
players and a good attitude.
“When you go 2-0 up in the first half and you tell your
players, you are going to play 45 minutes with 10 men against Jomo Cosmos, it’s
going to be difficult. I respect Jomo, he didn’t get anything out of the game,
but in the second half they missed a lot of chances.
The match ended 2-1 with
Robert Ng'ambi and Eleazar Rodgers getting on the scoresheet for Stars while Cheslyn
Jampies scored a consolation goal for Cosmos.