Bidvest Wits played to a goalless draw against Horoya AC collecting their first point in the group stages of the CAF Confederations Cup on Sunday at Dobsonville stadium.
The Clever boys haven’t been much convincing of late, coming from a league loss against SuperSport United where they failed to score and a 1-1 draw to Highlands Park where it was Thabang Monare who converted a penalty in the dying moments of the game to level matters.
Ever so honest in his opinion Head coach Gavin Hunt has voiced his frustrations on the inability to get the results of late.
“I think they’re the happier of the two teams with the draw, that’s for sure,” said Hunt, referring to Horoya.
“We’re very disappointed, I think we had enough opportunities to win the game and obviously they played a lot on the counter, which was expected and they sat in and dug in. They wanted a point and you could see it.”
“We had to be better around the final third…which we weren’t. We had opportunities, but you’ve got to score – it’s a major problem,” he added.
Wits will take on Djoliba in Mali on Sunday in their next group stage fixture hoping to rectify all their errors made at Dobsie.
By Amahle Siphungu