Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela believes that
they created enough chances to win Jomo Cosmos.
Chiefs entered the match aiming to avoid losing their fourth
consecutive game in all competitions – a record which would equal the worst run
in their illustrious history.
Amakhosi had also failed to score a goal in those previous
four games, with the club's supports growing increasingly disgruntled with
However, that was not to be the case as Chiefs fell to a left-footed
stunner from Mxolisi Macuphu in the dying minutes of the Absa Premiership
“It's the same story again. We play good football, it was a
good performance,” Komphela said as quoted by KickOff.
“We created chances but we didn’t take them. What else can
“My only worry is that the players could lose their belief
and their confidence, and that could affect their performance. What's important
is to convert these performances into results.”
Komphela felt Cosmos’ goal was a fluke.
“If you had to ask me, give a ball to the Cosmos team and
ask each of their players to try and make that strike, I’m sure they could miss
all of them,” he added.
“But it happens when it is not your day. That something out
of nowhere could happen.”