Kaizer Chiefs coach, Arthur Zwane, has expressed his disappointment after his team was held to a goalless draw in their recent match against TS Galaxy. Zwane believes that the team took their foot off the pedal after TS Galaxy was reduced to ten men in the second half.
In the first half, Zwane felt that the team was slow to start but gradually picked up and dominated the middle of the pitch, forcing TS Galaxy to make mistakes. He also noted that they created several clear-cut chances but failed to convert them into goals.
After the sending-off of Marks Munyai, Zwane believes that the team should have had a different mindset and adopted a more creative approach. He brought on George Matlou to provide more movement between the central defenders. However, Zwane felt that the team resorted to playing crosses instead of moving the ball around, making it easier for TS Galaxy to defend.
Zwane recognizes the need for caution as TS Galaxy resorted to playing long balls, but believes that the team should have taken a more aggressive approach. He also mentions that he could have made tactical changes to bring on offensive players, but chose to maintain a defensive shape.