BY ZULHILMI ZAINAL Follow on Twitter
Perak head coach Mehmet Durakovic was visibly upset following his side's 3-0 trouncing by T-Team in their Super League match on Saturday, and he blamed the defeat on his men's sloppiness.
When interviewed by the match broadcaster TV9 after the match, the Australian said the Bos Gaurus presented too many chances to the hosts.
"We were sloppy, we gave them chances. Three chances and three goals, and the game was finished.
"... It's not good enough, we keep making mistakes and it's costing us games," said the former Selangor player and head coach.
When asked about his plans for their next league match, against Sarawak, the former Australia international simply said that he wants to get his charges to stop making fewer mistakes.
"We'll go back, look at the video (of the T-Team match), basically, stop making mistakes," Durakovic responded.
In the match in Kuala Terengganu, T-Team opened the scoring through Mamadou Samassa's eighth-minute goal, before Wan Ahmad Amirzafran and Farhod Tadjiev compounded Perak's misery in the second half with two quick-fire goals.
The Bos Gaurus have recorded only one win out of eight matches in all competitions, since Durakovic replaced seasoned German coach Karl-Heinz Weigang in March.