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Bidvest Wits head coach, Gavin Hunt was not shy to admit his disappointment following the events which took place last night as they suffered defeat to Kaizer Chiefs.
The Students suffered a 2-0 loss to Chiefs at the Bidvest Stadium, with Hunt’s side going down to 10-men in the final minutes of the encounter.
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Johannes picked up two yellow cards during stoppage time, with the player set to miss two of the Students’ upcoming fixtures.
“Disappointed you know, (the) situation, we had it last week and we have it this week and I think there is more to come. I mean to be fair; there was nothing in the game,” Hunt told the media after the game.
“They never really tested our goalkeeper as well until they scored and obviously the second goal was a foul there but anyway that’s how it goes. It’s disappointing. The result of the game, 2-0 it’s disappointing,” Hunt continued to say.
The head coach then went on to admit that while still looking ahead as they are still at the top of the league standings, he was unhappy with the way the game was handled, possibly referring to the decisions made by the officials.
“As I said there was nothing in the game, the game was going nowhere and all of a sudden they got a lifeline.
“We are top of the league and we keep going. (It’s) football you take it, you learn more from adversity than you do from winning so we’ll learn and go on. But the way the situation was handled tonight is very disturbing,” Hunt said.