Komphela’s men took the game 2-0 at Goble Park, but the coach believes they would have won by a greater margin if it were not for the on-form Kapini.
“There was a time when I felt we should have been 1-0 up in the first half but Kapini kept the score level,” the coach says. "He was at his best and I thought he should have won the Man of the Match.”
Komphela was pleased with Ea Lla Koto performance, considering they had not played a match for two and a half weeks.
“It was not easy for the boys, especially after the long break that we had,” he says.
“We will wait for the draw on Monday and see who are we going to play in the quarter-finals and prepare from there.
“This is one of the competitions where we have been doing well and we hope to continue with that mentality.”