Absa Premiership

Pitso: 'Downs could have won

2015-09-14 12:52
Pitso Mosimane (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane believes his team missed an opportunity to steal a win against Golden Arrows.

Arrows edged Sundowns 2-1 at the Chatsworth Stadium after the visitors went down to 10-men when Bongani Zungu was red-carded.

Ryan Chapman grabbed a 70th-minute winning goal after Mabhuti Khenyeza had put Arrows ahead in the seventh minute, while Themba Zwane equalized in the 47th minute.

"We at Sundowns we are a little bit ambitious we tried to go for the win. We thought we can win it," Mosimane said.

"There were signs that we could go win. There were missed opportunities that I thought we could have got. Unfortunately that’s football that’s how it is. At Sundowns I want to go forward and I try to win."

Arrows coach Serame Letsoaka said it was an open game that could have gone either way.

"This game could have gone either way. They missed a lot of chances they are a quality side. We also did well in our counter attacks and could have scored more goals."

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