TS Galaxy head coach Sead Ramovic was disappointed his side were unable to turn possession into goals against Orlando Pirates.
Bandile Shandu got the opener for the Buccaneers in the first quarter of an hour and Collins Makgaka took the game away from the Rockets with the second goal early in the second stanza.
Ramovic says they had chances to get back into the game, especially in the first stanza but they were let down by their final pass, which is a story of their season.
"Our goal was to get three points because we need every point and I think we played well, we had more ball possession," Ramovic told SuperSport TV.
"But the story of our season, we miss every time our final pass. We had some chances but a team like Orlando [Pirates] tough team.
"We changed from a 4-4-2 to 4-3-3 because we wanted to press high and give the opponent a tough game and in the end we did not score. We should improve and we will but congratulations to the opposition, great team, great coach, I just wish them well in the future.
When asked about the upcoming fixtures, he added, "Of course we have to prepare for the next game, this game is now gone, we have to find better ways, we have to improve our passing and final entries, we will keep going and I'm sure we will be prepared for the next game," he added.