Stuart Baxter was misplaced for phrases after watching Kaizer Chiefs bear a 4-1 league defeat to Royal AM on Saturday evening.
Within the aftermath of Amakhosi’s loss, Baxter admitted that this wasn’t only a hard defeat to take however an embarrassment as well.
Baxter had not misplaced by 4-1 as coach at Naturena to any opponent since his first match in charge of Chiefs against Mamelodi Sundowns in 2012.
Whereas Baxter feels Chiefs had a great start to the game, especially within the primary 20 minutes, he’s of the scrutinize that his charges dropped the ball after conceding the primary goal.
The passe Bafana Bafana mentor feels Chiefs never appeared savor a team that would rally and steal the game after the primary goal.
And he blamed that on the naivety of his Chiefs players as they were shaken by Royal AM finding the back of the derive very early within the game.
“I mediate it’s not only a hard defeat, it’s an embarrassment,” Baxter advised SuperSport TV.
“I mediate the primary 20 minutes of the game we picked up where we left off [against Sundowns],” he persisted.
“The structure was suitable, the passing was suitable, we created a couple of chances however gave away a silly goal again, then we chased the game, we had to chase the game,” explained Baxter.
“The naivety of the players as the game went on was astounding really, and we never really appeared savor getting back into it,” added the 68-year-customary mentor.