Orlando Pirates might have scored four goals on Tuesday and moved to within two points of the top of the Premier Soccer League table but coach Milutin Sredojevich says the Bucs were still below par in their victory over Chippa United. Pirates won 4-2 in a rainsoaked game at Orlando Stadium, with two own goals‚ a penalty and controversial refereeing calls that might well have gone the way of the struggling Port Elizabeth-based club. “I don’t believe the result was a reflection of what happened out there on the field … the result is much better than our performance ‚” said the coach. “We need to look at ourselves and we have three days to fix things before we go to Bulawayo‚” he said of the opening African Champions League Group B game against FC Platinum of Zimbabwe on Saturday. “In the last two games we have scored six goals‚ which is a good standard‚ but at the same time‚ we have to be aware that conceding four goals is something that is below any standard. “This is a concern that ...

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