Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs head coach Steve Komphela felt his side could have sneaked a win
but remained content with the Soweto Derby draw on Saturday.
Chiefs and Orlando Pirates played to yet another 0-0 draw at the FNB
Stadium despite a fiery atmosphere created by their passionate fans.
While the injury depleted Amakhosi may have done well to secure four
points over Mamelodi Sundowns and the Buccaneers this week - Komphela
admits they could've supplied their supporters with more.
"I thought the first half belonged to them. They overloaded the
midfield, they played more for time than for a goal, which we have to
accept because sometimes your strategy is to get your opponent tired by
playing," he told SuperSport after the game.
"We could have allowed our centre-backs to step up and press in the
midfield but we did that in the second half that's why our game got
better. Even in the first half we had chances, there's one of (Siyabonga
) Ngezana where he hit the upright.
"With the match of this nature, with a professional performance you
win it on set-plays but unfortunately we didn't capitalise. I thought we
could have won the match with at least one set-play.
"Overall one point we'll take it. For the people that wanted goals unfortunately we could not give them more."