Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela feels
his side could well have come away with more than a point from Saturday's league
clash with Wits.
Ryan Moon put the Glamour Boys ahead of half-time but it wasn't enough for Amakhosi to claim
victory as the Students hit back in the second stanza with a Lehlohonolo Majoro
equaliser just after the break in what was a lively, action-packed game.
The point earned leaves Chiefs in fourth
place on the table and seven behind league leaders Mamelodi Sundowns.
However, Komphela feels that his side missed
a good chance to beat the Clever Boys and keep the Brazilians closer in sight.
"The feeling is worse than a loss. A
draw that you honestly did not have to play to. The manner in which we
conceded, we can't defend a basic cross and you know Bidvest will be looking to
bring crosses into the box," he said after the game.
"If it happens, it happens, but we
could have done better. There is no reason the ball should find Majoro unmarked
"Towards the end we had two brilliant
chances. They (Wits) did get chances through our lapses of concentration.
"I'm just angry that we lost the match
at a time where you want every point. (The) point won't value that much because
we could have won that match.
"There were stages where I thought we
were getting too desperate. Instead of just being calm and taking our actions,
and the minute you are in a rush, the process won't come through."