Phunya Sele Sele and Amakhosi shared the spoils in a League encounter and Baxter suggests Chiefs could have done better on a more well prepared pitch.
“I think probably the pitch beat both teams ... it was very difficult to play on it,” the coach says.
“With regards to our performance, I think we were quite good in the first half, but it was very difficult to finish on this pitch; your balance is affected, it is hard and bumpy.
“We were trying to get the finishing touch, but it was very difficult on this pitch. I don’t think the boys can play much on this surface.”
Baxter’s sentiments were echoed by Chiefs striker Kingston Nkhatha, who also feels that the reigning Premiership champions were unable to play a passing game.
“We spoke about it in the dressing room and said we shouldn’t keep it in our heads,” the Zimbabwean striker says.
“We play a passing game and it didn’t come out properly ... it was hard, but we can’t complain.”