Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt felt his side had the better chances and should have come away with more than a point after the draw with Kaizer Chiefs on Wednesday evening.
Samir Nurkovic gave Chiefs a 36th minute lead, with Chiefs shading the first half. However, the log-leaders appeared to tire in the second stanza, with Wits all over them in the final quarter.
Cole Alexander would eventually find the back of the net for the Clever Boys in the 89th minute but Hunt felt it was scant reward for his side's dominance.
"We're very disappointed," Hunt told SuperSport TV.
"I thought we should have won the game. With everything that's gone in our lives, the football club, the players, myself, it looks like it was against us again.
"I felt we really had them, similar to Saturday, you know, you've gotta score, we had great chances tonight, certainly the better ones and that one at the end, from our pressing we hit the post, but you know it's been the story of our season. If we had a 15-goal striker, we would have won the league by now.
"I just feel for the players. They deserve much more than Saturday and tonight. But that's football. That's life. But we've gotta be strong here and keep it topgether for the next three weeks and plug away."