Polokwane City skipper Jabulani Maluleke has expressed his displeasure at the
manner in which his team-mates surrendered their lead in the closing stages of
their Absa Premiership encounter against Orlando Pirates which ended in a stalemate at the
Buccaneers came from behind to snatch a point - in the last minute of time added
on - against Rise and Shine in the clash played at the Peter
Mokaba Stadium on Sunday.
Tlolane was on target for City while the in-form Tendai Ndoro grabbed a much-needed late strike for the Soweto giants.
earning a point on the day, Maluleke said that it felt like a loss for the
Limpopo-based outfit as they were punished for their poor
concentration at the back.
Maluleke added that they don't want to find themselves in the same
predicament going forward.
former SuperSport United man also stressed that they felt hard done by,
considering the amount of hard work and preparation they put in heading into the encounter.
I am very disappointed because we didn’t win the game, because we have worked
so hard throughout the week,” lamented Maluleke
to just concede a goal in the dying minutes of the game is not on, now we just
have to go back to the drawing board and fix our mistakes.
again we created too many chances which we failed to convert; we were punished
for not burying our clear-cut chances.
were sleeping at the back, we killed ourselves and we have only ourselves to
blame for not winning the game.
felt like a loss to us, we played with a win at the back of our minds but we
gave it up in the end and it will be very hard to forget that game.”