Mpumalanga Black Aces midfielder Zamokuhle Ngalo has expressed his
disappointment following their 1-1 draw against Orlando Pirates last week.
and the Buccaneers shared the spoils in an exciting Absa Premiership encounter
at the Orlando Stadium on Friday, September 18.
Mpho Makola broke the deadlock for the Buccaneers in the early stages of the
game before AmaZayoni levelled matters courtesy of Collins Mbesuma at the
stroke of half-time.
33-year-old player said they were well prepared heading top their encounter and
were anticipating to grab the maximum number of points but were left
disappointed at the end of the day as things could not go their way on the
“We were a
little bit flat at as a team throughout the game," said Ngalo.
know what happened but we tried our best to win the game.
“And to get
a point there is not bad for us but we are disappointed because we were hoping
to get three points.
“I think the
technical team has prepared so well for the game and we thought maybe we had a
chance to win it.
this is football, things cannot always go according to your plan, and so we
didn’t make it.”
remained in fifth spot on the log while the Buccaneers are still
rutted outside the top eight.
Pirates will face Polokwane City on Tuesday, September 22 in a PSL fixture at the Peter Mokaba Stadium.
Kick-off is at 19:30.