Gavin Hunt laid out the struggles of his Kaizer Chiefs outfit who were outplayed by a clinical Orlando Pirates lineup.
Hunt saw his side concede three for the second time in a week with his issues in the opposition third also continuing.
“No thoughts, Phums. So there’s not much I can say. Long road, long road, lot of work and we’ll try battle on and regroup and go again,” Hunt told SuperSport TV after the match.
“The first half there we should have been 2-0 up before they scored. We haven’t scored a goal in four games now, the strikers.”
Hunt also threw the spotlight on his side’s weak defence structre.
“The defending is a lot to be desired,” he said.
“Honestly, I don’t think it’s a three-nil game if I’m honest. Turnovers and then a big long ball down the back of us. So ja lot to work on. I can’t say too much now. There’s lots I wanna say but I’ll rather just reserve it.
“It’s just some things I see. The first goal, turnover. Second goal, free-kick here, big long ball bounces in our box. so there’s a lot to be desired.
“You know third goal is our corner, we try to control it on the halfway line. He mis-controls it, it goes straight to them and goal. And you lose 3-0 with those type of things.”