Usuthu head coach Cavin Johnson attributes AmaZulu’s 1-0 loss to Chippa United to mistakes that were made in critical areas which led to a rare home defeat for the green and white KZN based outfit on 06 April.
According to the 60-year-old the late evening Absa Premiership bout took the form of two halves which also saw Usuthu struggle to play their usual brand of football in Umlazi.
“It was a game of two halves, we were not good enough in the first half.”
“We were making bad passes, we were not doing what we were supposed to do, I think we could’ve held the ball much better,” he said.
Johnson bemoaned AmaZulu’s lack of finishing in the final third of the box despite controlling possession in the second half which saw them failing to get the final pass away in critical areas.
“We had the possession, we just couldn’t get the final pass, we did have some good shots on target which I thought were bound for goal,” he expanded.
AmaZulu’s next encounter sees them taking on Lamontville Golden Arrows on 14 April and Cavin admits that his side will have to dig deep to prove themselves.
“We really need to come out of the blocks and show who we are, we have a huge mountain to climb,” said Johnson.
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