Cape Town - Baroka co-manager Milton Dlamini feels his relegation threatened side will learn from their mistakes after conceding sloppy goals in their credible 2-2 draw with Kaizer Chiefs.
The bottom placed Premiership outfit had to come from a goal down on two occasions on Saturday evening at the Peter Mokaba Stadium with Mxolisi Kunene scoring an incredible solo effort in the second-half to secure a point.
However, Dlamini, who's been roped in to coach the side alongside Kgoloko Thobejane, feels they have a chance of survival, if the inexperienced side can learn quickly.
"Our aim was to score goals. Today we scored goals, at home. So now we know we stand a chance of winning a game," the former Mbombela manager said.
"Because if you score goals you stand a chance [of winning], but if you don't score, you just defend, nothing, then you don't win a game. So we don't care about the result but we scored goals today.
"Sometimes a lack of experience will kill you because we had the game in our hands (after we first equalised), we missed clear-cut chances and then we gifted them two goals.
"So the penalty, lack of concentration, but you can only learn from that."