CAPS United coach Darlington Dodo says he is embarrassed by the way his side gave away a two-goal advantage and settled for a draw against a relegation-threatened Yadah side.

The Green Machine had a chance to stretch their lead at the top, but the 2-2 stalemate saw them keeping a 2-point gap ahead of Chicken Inn and FC Platinum.

They looked set to control the match with the early dominance after John Zhuwawu and Ronald Chitiyo struck home inside the opening half hour.

The Stars, however, came back into the game through Nkosi Mhlanga and Paddington Nyamakura in the late stages of the first half.

Speaking after the match, Dodo said: “It’s very embarrassing how we conceded the goals and gave away the game.

“We took the lead, but we blew it. I can’t find a word to describe it, we gave away those goals. It’s sad because it is two points lost, but we will regroup and map the way forward.”

CAPS United are now on 55 points after Match-day 31 and will face city rivals Dynamos in their next match.