Absa Premiership

Mnyamane frustrated by Mbombela

2016-05-31 07:47
Thabo Mnyamane (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - University of Pretoria forward Thabo Mnyamane admits he was frustrated by their loss to Mbombela United in the National First Division promotion play-offs.

AmaTuks suffered a 1-0 loss to the second-tier side, but Mnyamane claims as bad as the result was, it could turn out to be a blessing in disguise.

"I am very disappointed, we tried...we did our best, we had our chances and we should have buried one or two," the 23-year-old told Goal website.

"We hit the woodwork multiple times so I guess it just wasn't our day, but there are still nine points up for grabs and if we get nine points I believe we will retain our (PSL) status."

Full Fixtures and Results

Wednesday, May 25

Mbombela United 0-3 Highlands Park

Sunday, May 29

University of Pretoria 0-1 Mbombela United

Saturday, June 11

Highlands Park v University of Pretoria, Makhulong Stadium - 15:00

Wednesday, June 15

Highlands Park v Mbombela United, Makhulong Stadium - 15:00

Saturday, June 18

Mbombela United v University of Pretoria, Kanyamazane Stadium - 15:00

Wednesday, June 22

University of Pretoria v Highlands Park, Tuks Stadium - 15:00

 

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