The Brazilians have been struggling to score with the likes of Katlego Mphela out of form for club and country.
“It was a good game. We knew that it was not going to be easy. AmaZulu have a number of good players and indeed they were a great challenge. All in all I think we played well, as you know it is not easy to get points in KwaZulu-Natal,” said Mosimane.
The coach added that he is still on the run for the top eight place and people must understand that winning is a process, and it doesn’t just happen overnight.
“I know that our fans would have wanted the full points, but I hope that they also saw that we gave it our best. With the remaining matches going forward I am hoping that we will collect all the points and eventually finish in the top eight of the log,” he said.
Mosimane said that as much as he is disappointed, he still credits his players for going all out.
“It was a game of two halves. We played well in both the second and first half and we had AmaZulu on the corner. It was just unfortunate that we could not finish well,” he said