SuperSport stun Chiefs in second half
Kaizer Chiefs Coach Stuart Baxter admitted his side were below standard in the second half, allowing Supersport the run of the game.
Chiefs took a 1-0 lead into half-time through a Bernard Parker penalty, but switched off in the second 45 minutes letting the home side do what they wanted.
It took Enocent Mkhabelan just ten minutes to blast home the equaliser.
The Matsatsantsa went ahead on 71 minutes and doubled their advantage through Bradley Grobler four minutes later.
Speaking to Goal South Africa Stuart Baxter said: ” We spoke at halftime about the first 10 minutes of the second half being vital for setting the tone, and then we switched off and allowed SuperSport to take the game back.
“We allowed them to dictate. After the goal they were up and we were really annoyed with ourselves, and after that things just change.
“I thought we created the best chances in the first half. If you think of defensive tactics that means to stop the opponents. We were trying to play with three centre-backs and aggressive wing-backs to open up different spaces,”
The victory leaves SuperSport top of the table, the only side to have taken maximum points out of their first three games.