Kaizer Chiefs have been on high of the Absa Premiership desk all through the season till Mamelodi Sundowns crept from behind to grab the trophy after Chiefs’ 1-1 towards Baroka FC
On Saturday night, Mamelodi Sundowns rose to the highest of the desk to win their tenth title and coach Pitso Mosimane’s fifth title as a supervisor.
Another aim from Middendorp’s aspect towards Bakgakga may have made them win the trophy.
“In fact we had potentialities in our palms and being second after over 28 match days on place one. In fact it’s disappointing. Congratulations to Sundowns and Pitso. That’s all what I can say for the time being,” Middendorp stated in a publish match TV interview.
He stated he informed his gamers to attain extra objectives in second half of the match whereas they led with a aim after the primary match via Khama Billiat’s aim.
Nevertheless, Baroka surprisingly scored an equaliser that made them escape the dungeon of relegation utterly.
“Strategically we had the dominence within the first half and we had a really clear dialogue at half time that ‘push ahead, search for the second aim’ however curiously they sat again (and dedicated) foul after foul in harmful positions. And it will get to 1-1 and it turns into very troublesome to play a crew like Baroka (in that scenario),” stated the German mentor.