Kaizer Chiefs head coach, Gavin Hunt has criticised his side’s performance against their CAF Champions League rivals PWD Bamenda
The Soweto giants hosted PWD Bamenda in the second-leg of the first preliminary round of the TOTAL CAF Champions League, wherein they played to a 0-0 draw, though they did the business to qualify for the second preliminary round of the competition. The game ended with a 1-0 win for Gavin Hunt’s men on aggregate.
However, Hunt was not satisfied with Kaizer Chiefs Performance, evealing that he has never seen anything like it in all his years of coaching.
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Hunt’s words goes by;
“Disappointing game, you can’t be missing the chances we get and the opportunity we get in front of goals, in all my 30 years of coaching I have never seen anything like it. So it is disappointing but the most important thing is to get through,” Hunt told the media.
“The chances we created, the score could have been whatever, we had so many opportunities, the second half the same and you got to score, we are not scoring so it has been a problem the whole season and you can not expect to keep clean sheets every week if you are not scoring the goals with the chances we had.”
“Disappointed because we expect a little bit more but it is what it is. (I take) nothing (out of this game) we just go to the next game and try and go far from there.”
“You get two clean sheets home and away but you also got to look at the opposition, let’s be fair, no way near PSL standard, but we’ve got to be better, you cannot be creating opportunities and its just the final pass, it’s been like a lot of the season, so tough team, physically tough but we opened them up a lot of times home.”