Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane admitted he had little to complain
about after Saturday's Soweto Derby against Orlando Pirates finished goalless.
As it happened:
Kaizer Chiefs 0-0 Pirates
The South Africa international echoed the sentiments of his
coach Stuart Baxter, suggesting that the point secured on the afternoon was
satisfactory under the circumstances.
The general consensus is that Pirates asserted their
authority during the first stanza, while Chiefs had the Buccaneers under the
cosh in the second half.
Letsholonyane was happy with the manner in which his
team-mates dealt with adversity in front of yet another expectant crowd.
"In the first half we allowed them to play in the
position that we wanted them to play," said Letsholonyane.
"Second half it started opening up, and we started
playing better as a team, and we worked hard - a point is better than nothing
for us," added the Chiefs midfielder.