Cape Town - Bloemfontein Celtic coach Serame Letsoaka was unhappy with his side's wastefulness in front of goal, but was satisfied with a point against Ajax Cape Town.
Letsoaka's men twice claimed the lead, only for the Urban Warriors to claw their way back to level terms on two separate occasions.
The late equaliser, converted from the penalty spot by Nathan Paulse, rescued a point for the Urban Warriors at the Cape Town Stadium, leaving Letsoaka to rue his side's inability to convert their one-on-one opportunities.
Be that as it may, the Celtic coach admitted he was satisfied to claim a share of the spoils, especially as they were playing away from home.
"I will say playing away, I'm happy with a draw because there was a stage where Ajax were really putting us under pressure," Letsoaka was quoted as saying by KickOff.
"But the chances that we missed - you never get four one-on-ones in a game of football.
"If you create such chances and you can't convert then it means there is a lot of worries - especially functional training for our strikers.
"It is quite important that we are able to convert the chances that we are creating in a game of football."