AmaZulu FC coach Cavin Johnson has given his verdict on his side’s performance in the Absa Premiership Durban Derby which yielded a stalemate 1-1, result at the Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium on 14 April.
According to Johnson both teams struggled to settle in the opening stages of the game and didn’t play their usual style of play.
‘’The match was an exciting one for the supporters that came and watched, but for me as a coach and for my team I don’t think we played that well.’’
‘’We scored a good goal in the first half, it was well deserved. We didn’t settle in well though.”
“I think both teams had the same attitude towards the game, we didn’t settle on the ball well enough,’’ he said.
Although content with the point, the 60-year-old tactician claimed his troops could evaded the goal they conceded just minutes after leading in the first half.
‘’Even though we were leading, we also conceded a goal through something that we had planned, not to give Golden Arrows that opportunity to allow them to have free kicks in that area,’’ he elaborated.
‘’We had to be a bit clever here and there, we really need to wake up and grind out those points now,’’ he concluded.
AmaZulu FC will return to action on 24 April against Supersport United at the King Zwelithini stadium. Kick Off is at 19:30.Share