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Kgoloko Thobejane bemoans Baroka's lapse in concentration

Posted: 21 January 2018 Time: 18:22

Baroka FC coach Kgoloko Thobejane felt his side should have wrapped up the game in the first half against Kaizer Chiefs.

The AmaKhosi, who played the last 20 minutes with ten men, came from behind to register a 2-1 win at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Thobejane says his team had a lapse in concentration when they conceded the first goal a minute into the second half.
"We started very well. We were supposed to wrap up the game in the first half. We got some decisive scoring chances but it's the name of the game," the Bakgaga coach told SuperSport TV.
"Coming into the second half [they scored] in a minute. My defenders were not ready for that cross from Shabba. We were not ready, just the Moon touch [and it was a goal]. Even the second goal [Matome] Kgoetyane was trying to pass only to find out that he's giving it to the Chiefs player.
"It's one of those moments in football when you're crying and others would be laughing. It's a game of football. We needed this victory so badly but we're dropping now [on the log standings] but it's a game of football, we must just go back to the drawing board and make sure the next game we get the three points so we keep the momentum."
Article by: Staff Reporter
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