Cape Town City head coach, Benni McCarthy claims Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune was the difference on the night.
Goals from Siphiwe Tshabalala and Wiseman Meyiwa handed Chiefs a 2-0 win over the Citizens at the Cape Town Stadium.
Khune was named Man of the Match, and McCarthy claims the Chiefs shot-stopper showed how good he really is.
“Football is football. Sometimes you win some, sometime you lose some,” McCarthy told SuperSport TV after the game.
“Different team from what we faced so far. We had to play different football where we had to fight. Today, Chiefs wanted the ball to feat, and credit to them, game plan excellent. Hit us on the counter, what we normally but they took their chances.
“Khune coming back has been the difference. That’s he is Bafana’s all-time best goalkeeper, today was the proof.
“I made change, I felt the boys needed a shift. I didn’t pay off. As a coach, you hold hand up and back to the drawing board now. We can’t be sulking and we got another tough game against Pirates.”