Golden Arrows coach Clinton Larsen: We could have scored more against AmaZulu
Posted: 18 September 2017 Time: 09:52
Golden Arrows coach Clinton Larsen felt his side could have scored more goals in the 4-1 demolition job of neighbours AmaZulu.
Arrows joined Orlando Pirates and Maritzburg United at the Premiership summit following strikes from Lerato Lamola, Siphelele Magubane, Kudakwashe Mahachi and Knox Mutizwa at Princess Magogo Stadium on Sunday.
Abafana Bes'thende, with eight points from four games, next visit bottom-placed Platinum Stars on Wednesday night.
Dikwena picked up their first point of the season under new coach Roger de Sa on the weekend following a goalless draw with Chippa United.
Larsen told his club's website: "This was an entertaining match for both sets of supporters, with both teams attacking each other from the onset.
"Again we played with good intensity and our desire to get to our opponents' box was very strong.
"Still, we were wasteful on the breaks and could have scored a few more goals with better decision making.
"A good home win and now we need to do it on the road as we have two away games in quick succession."
He added: "A big thank you to our supporters who rallied behind the team."