Highlanders coach Mandla Mpofu says they will not cry over the 2-1 loss to CAPS United which ended the team’s six-match unbeaten run on Sunday.
Bosso were denied a late goal when Prince Dube’s deflected header appeared to have crossed but the referee of the day Brighton Chimene thought otherwise.
Speaking in his post-match interview, Mpofu refused to complain about the referee’s decision saying:
“Congrats to CAPS United, but again, a denied goal, maybe.
“If it crossed the line, then football is about luck.
“Match officials know better. We don’t want to be cry-babies. We don’t want to be talking about match officials.
“They are human beings, they make mistakes. But we don’t want a situation whereby coaches are always complaining about the match officials.’’
Bosso got their consolation from Ray Lunga who opened the scoring in the 10th minute.
The hosts replied with Kelvin Ndebele’s strike and a brilliant effort from Clive Rupiya before the break.
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