Patchy SuperSport bemuse Baxter


The match at the Lucas Moripe Stadium served up a second 0-0 draw between these two sides with Matsatsantsa only looking dangerous for very brief spells.

In reflecting on the game Baxter was critical of how few moments of quality his team conjured up, admitting they had only themselves to blame.

"When you don't score, as a coach, you can either complain that the opponents parked the bus or look at yourself and I think we can look at ourselves because we created two or three very good chances and didn't take them and then we had long periods where we stopped playing," he told SuperSport TV.

"We pushed forward three or four players and launched the ball long and we lost the ball and lost the second ball and hooked it down the other end of the field, so it became like a game that swung backwards and forwards.

"All the decent stuff we created we got through playing with a bit of structure and a bit of quality and for long periods of the game we didn't do that so we need to look at ourselves and not look at the opponents."