Border Strikers head coach Saul Chaminuka has blasted the officiating after his side were beaten 2-0 by Highlanders in a Castle Lager Premiership fixture.
Highlanders broke the deadlock through the penalty spot after a Border Strikers defender was adjudged to have handled the ball.
Bruce Kangwa scored from the spot kick before adding a second later on in the match
The decision lead to a stoppage in play as Border Strikers protested the decision and threatened to walk off the pitch. Head coach Saul Chaminuka had to talk to his players to get back onto the pitch.
Chaminuka though made his feelings known after the game as he felt his side had been robbed.
“That was not a penalty. It’s unfortunate match officials come with match results in their pockets. They did that to Chicken Inn last season and they were kicked out of the champions league,” said a furious Chaminuka after the match.
The result left Border Strikers still on the bottom of the table with only three points from 10 games.