Cosmos needed a win to keep alive their slim chance of surviving the chop, but in the end could only settle for a 2-2 draw at Sinaba Stadium as they came from two goals down to earn a point. They now trail second-from-bottom Santos by five points going into the last match of the season on Saturday. Sono says he will continue coaching the team in the National First Division and believes he will get his side back soon. "Jomo Sono will be there and will be back again," he says. He was full of praise for his team in the manner in which they bounced back after going 2-0 down and feels they could have won the game. "I thought in the first half we played very well; we created a lot of chances. In the second half we gave them two easy goals but then whole team woke up and we started attacking. "We could have won the game after 2-2 but we missed chances. I thought the guys played very well. I'm proud of them. They have been playing like this the whole year and I cannot fault them, blame them or anything," he adds. Leopards interim coach Sunday Chidzambwa was disappointed with the draw, saying his side gave it away after leading 2-0. "We gave it away when we were comfortably in the lead. If you lead 2-0 you should be home and dry, but we gave it away."