AmaZulu coach Craig Rosslee says his side should be more ruthless in front of goal following Sunday afternoon’s 0-0 Absa Premiership draw against University of Pretoria.
Usuthu did pass the ball around in search of the goal but Rosslee believes poor decision-making in and around the penalty area let them down.
“It wasn’t good enough from us on the day,” he said. “I don’t think we had one decent effort at goal. They (AmaTuks) looked fresher than us and it wasn’t good enough.
“We had a few opportunities but you can’t try and control the ball in the box; you’ve got to finish. I think at times we try to be too pretty and too nice on the ball.
“In areas like that you’ve got to be aggressive. You have to be deadly and not trying to hold up the box in the six yard area.
“That’s why we never had attempts but half-chances and fluffed attempts which was not good enough for us.”
AmaZulu are currently placed eight on the league table with 39 points from 28 matches and will look to be sharper in the final third when they face Durban rivals Lamontville Golden Arrows at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Monday, April 28.Share