Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane admits that his side did not deserve to win following their below-par performance against Baroka.
The Brazilians played to their third draw in the Absa Premiership after sharing the spoils with Bakgaga at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on following their goalless draw on Wednesday evening.
The stalemate sees Sundowns remain in second place in the league standings with 18 points from nine games, trailing log leaders Kazier Chiefs by seven points.
Mosimane felt his side’s performances on the day showed in the result, while bemoaning Sundowns lack of composure in the final third.
‘I can say two points dropped but when you look at the performance [against Baroka] we didn’t deserve the three points,’ Mosimane told the media.
‘We didn’t create easy chances that could win [the match].’
Mamelodi Sundowns will be hoping to bounce back when they take on Golden Arrows in their next Absa Premiership clash at the Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium on Sunday with kick-off set for 3:30.
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