Mamelodi Sundowns head coach, Pitso Mosimane was disappointed with the 2-2 draw against Platinum Stars on home soil.
The Brazilians missed the chance to move back to the top of the Absa Premiership standings, after dropping points against Dikwena on Thursday evening.
“Of course it was a disappointing result. We gave it our best shot,” Mosimane said aftert the game.
“We spent the whole morning talking about the throw-ins and set pieces because against Wits we conceded on a throw-in, which was for us and again tonight we concede from a throw-in.
“Even the second goal was a set-piece, quickly taken. Against Golden Arrows it was the same thing in the Nedbank Cup. But it’s lessons in football, you never know, maybe we need the point but to be honest we should have won.”
Mosimane also commented on the threat of Ndumiso Mabena, who netted a brace on the night.
“I called it. He’s (Mabena) not been playing all the time and the suddenly Cavin Johnson puts him there, and he’s experienced and he knows how to play,” he added.
“He (Johnson) put in his best line up, that’s the one to win. I don’t know why he didn’t put them in for the last three games. Maybe they waited for Sundowns?”