“I thought we dominated, and we dictated play, practically the whole match. It is just that we didn’t take the opportunities that we created, and one mistake led to a goal.
“That has been the story of our season so far, and we don’t seem to be able to buy results, and let’s see what happens moving forward. The morale, the confidence, we would try to build it.
“Everybody was extremely disappointed with the results, but ultimately, I can’t fault the players."
Meanwhile, Leopards assistant coach Morgan Shivambu was pleased with the results, which was their first in the season in four matches.
“We did well starting from the first half. Usually, we were conceding goals in the first 10 minutes, but in this match, we did well,” Shivambu said.
In other results on Saturday, Stellenbosch defeated Chippa United 2-0 at Danie Craven Stadium, while Swallows and TS Galaxy played to a goalless draw at Dobsonville Stadium.