Kaizer Chiefs head coach Gavin Hunt insists they have to keep grinding for results if they are to qualify for the top eight despite the shock defeat to Black Leopards on Wednesday.
Amakhosi suffered a 2-1 loss to Lidoda Duvha, a third defeat by a bottom three side in a space of a month.
It was also a 10th loss of the season for Chiefs who remain 11th position and in danger of missing out of the MTN8 spot.
“Well we got to keep going, we have two games left so we got to keep going,” Hunt told the Chiefs media team after the match.
“We had a good start, we could have taken a good chance to make it 2-0 and then they got the one just before half time. We got to defend better.
“They worked hard, worked hard. The best they can. As I said we had a good couple of opportunities and they had the one chance then they got ahead with a simple (goal), we got to defend better you know,” added Hunt.
Chiefs will take on Golden Arrows on Wednesday, 2 June before wrapping up their League campaign with an away clash against TS Galaxy who are also competing for a top eight position.
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By Ofhani Munyai