Cape Town – Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter is disappointed his side could capitalise on good periods in their game against Maritzburg United.
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It was Khumbulani Banda goal which separated Chiefs and The Team of Choice with nine minutes left to spare before the referee blows his whistle for full-time.
According to KickOff, Baxter felt that his side had opportunities to opening the scoring and create a comfortable setting for the rest of the encounter.
“In the first 25 minutes I thought we played the best football we've played this year. After that I was disappointed... I am disappointed that we didn't turn our superiority into a goal,” said Baxter.
“Then what happens is they get back into the game with a couple of transitions and they get buoyant and we get on the back foot. I thought in the second half we could change, but we didn't. We also conceded from a set-piece, which is very unlike us.
“What's most disappointing is when we have a good period and we don't turn that into a goal. That's football, we just have to keep our composure and make sure we keep trying to score goals.”