The loss means that they have lost home and away to Stellies this season. They lost both matches 1-0.
Amakhosi have been struggling for goal recently, which is what led to the sacking of Stuart Baxter.
“Ja, look we conceded from a counter-attack and in our [pre-match] interview I mentioned that that’s their strength.
“They always want the space behind.
“And fortunately, it was our corner. I don’t think we were set for a counterattack, and we tried to remind the guys.
“Even before the corner was played because we could see that should they clear the ball in the right areas. They could use their explosive speed because they have very good players going forward.
“But obviously we were forced to make changes that would take the game to them. Then we had to take ‘Rama’ out and put on Baccus to give us that advantage going forward but unfortunately.
“I think now the boys are afraid of playing.
“We’re encouraging them to play. Look it’s not going to change overnight, it’s going to take some time, but I think the last 20, if not 25 minutes we just needed that cutting-edge inside the box.
“So much promising, the movement off the ball was getting there. We’ll keep on encouraging them to keep on playing the way we want them to play.
“Feel free and express themselves and when the time is right, they will start banging in goals.” He lamented.
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