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LAMONTVILLE Golden Arrows striker Richard Henyekane is worried over his team's inability to score goals.
This follows Bafana Bes'thende's 2-1 defeat to Bidvest Wits at Milpark Stadium on Saturday night.
"We dominated the entire game but still couldn't do enough to collect maximum points. We were also denied two sure goals by the upright," Henyekane laments.
Wits goalie Darren Keet was well-beaten twice, but shots by Henyekane and Siyabonga Pela shaved the woodwork in the seventh and 16th minutes, respectively.
Wits shot 1-0 up in the 24th minute through Sifiso Mnyeni from the spotkick after Arrows defender Mselei Mvalo fouled Sifiso Vilakazi inside the box.
Mark Haskins, who substituted Nyiko Tshabangu, nodded home from close range in the 81st minute to make it 2-0.
The ever lethal Henyekane, however, got Arrows' consolation goal in the 90th minute.
Wits' win came as a relief for coach Roger de Sa, who had gone 13 games without a win.