Cape Town - Giovanni Solinas says Kaizer Chiefs did more than enough to
win their Absa Premiership clash with Golden Arrows on Saturday.
Two Limbikani Mzava penalties settled the tie, with the
player on target from the spot in the first-half.
Only Leonardo Castro was on target for Amakhosi with his
goal on the hour mark for a 2-1 result.
After the game, Solinas said that Amakhosi were undeserved
of not getting a victory at the Princess Magogo Stadium, in Durban.
He told SuperSport: "We don't deserve to lose this
game. We dominated completely the game. We don’t deserve to lose.
"You watched the game? How many chances did we create?
How many chances did the opponent create? We dominated completely the game.
"I don’t want to talk about the penalty [penalties] and
the referee. The opponent did not create nothing, two counter-attacks, two
penalties we lose the game. This is football.
"Football is simple, I don't want to talk about the
individual performance or the departments. We lose together, we win together.
"We made silly mistakes. Normally in professional
football we pay cash for these silly mistakes. We need to pay attention and not
make silly mistakes. We'll continue to work hard."