Absa Premiership

Komphela blames bad luck

2015-10-21 12:07
Steve Komphela (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela rued his team's misfortune in front of goal after the goalless draw against struggling Jomo Cosmos on Tuesday evening.

Chiefs could have gone level with the Absa Premiership leaders if they had won but were unable to keep pace after a blunt draw against Cosmos.

With two wins and five draws Chiefs have 11 points from their opening seven league games of the season.

"For us, it's two points dropped yet again. We cannot fault anybody," Komphela said after the game.

"We tried to play a sustainable constructive game as we wanted to get behind them, but they don't make it easy for you.

"At the end of the day, with the number of chances I thought we had, on any given day when luck is on your side, you go home and regret the fact that you did not collect three points."

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