Ngezi Platinum coach Tonderai Ndiraya believes his side paid the the price for being casual in their 3-0 defeat to Caps United.
Ngezi Platinum came into the match on the backdrop of an impressive run of four wins in which they found the target 14 times and conceding five times. But they found the going tough against a determined Caps United who played arguably one of their best games this season.
” We were too casual, we were second to everything, second to the ball and second to the second ball, ” said Ndiraya.
Caps United were more determined than us but I feel that in the first five to ten minutes we were in control of the match and thought that we could have scored at least a goal but we were not as determined as Caps United,”.
Ndiraya however reckons that the battle is not yet lost as they are going to regroup and rectify their mistakes in the forthcoming games.
” We need to go back and plan for the next game which is up against another big team that is Highlanders. We still maintain our target which is a top four finish. A top four finish means that we are targeting anything from number four to number one. The race is still wide open and we are still there among the chasers , so this is just a set back,” added Ndiraya.
Ngezi Platinum together with fellow Platinum Miners , Dynamos and Chicken Inn are touted as the firm contenders for the league title.
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