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Nathan Sinkala opened the scoring on 72 minutes ahead of a 77th minute Leonardo Castro equaliser.
Phathutshedzo Nange put Stellies in the lead again with 10 minutes of the match remaining, but Nkosingiphile Ngcobo was able to steal a point for Kaizer Chiefs with his goal, five minutes from time.
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Speaking after the match, Gavin Hunt told SuperSport: “It’s been a problem for us, our Achilles heel this season, that area of the pitch, it cost us again tonight so disappointed.
“A little bit flat at times but we got into the game, the second goal took a little bit out of us but all in all disappointed with the result because I thought you gotta be better than that.”
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Hunt added: “You don’t want a game against Stellenbosch to go from end to end because that suits them, you want to say a little bit compact and we start chasing it, then the game opens up and it suits them.
“As soon as we went 2-1… as I said we need to be better. It’s two areas of the pitch that cost us the whole season.”
“But it’s a different type of game because they are a different type of team but as I said, you can study, analyse teams but every game is different and we need to play a little bit better, well 100 times better,” Gavin Hunt concluded.
The result left Kaizer Chiefs in ninth place on the DStv Premiership standings ahead of playing Horoya AC in the CAF Champions League this weekend in Guinea on Saturday, 10 April.
Kick-off is at 21:00 SA time.
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