Cape Town - Baroka FC head coach Kgoloko Thobejane was once again very colourful in his post-match interview after his side held Orlando Pirates to a 1-1 draw.
It was Hassan Banda's 74th minute thumping header that cancelled out Thabo Qalinge's first half strike to salvage a point against the Soweto giants.
"Today in the first-half we didn't play because our two central midfielders were playing so square and allowing Pirates to play," Thobejane told SuperSport TV.
"In football if you allow the opponents to touch the ball they will grow in confidence. If you allow them to play crosses they will score from one."
"In the second half (Mduduzi) Mdantsane went in and stabilised everything. We didn't allow them to play and then we began to play. It is just that we were missing chances (but) missing chances is an international challenge it is not a Baroka challenge.
"I want to assure you that once we get it right whenever we are in the box it is over. It is just that today we were not taking responsibility.
"Instead of being decisive we were just kicking the ball. That boy Moeti is a champ but sometimes... football can kill you. It will give you a real death. You will die because of football."