Orlando Pirates supporters and players are feeling the stress again, courtesy of Richards Bay on Saturday.
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DSTV PREMIERSHIP: RICHARDS BAY 0-0 ORLANDO PIRATES
After dominating every area of the game during the second stanza in Umlazi on Saturday, the Sea Robbers only left Durban with one point.
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According to coach Jose Riveiro, Pirates did not affect the game in the early stage before taking full control in the second half, but it was not enough to roll the ball into the net.
“We started to control the game better in the latter stages of the first half. In the second half we fully dominated the game, we came close to scoring in several chances.
“We’re not really the luckiest team in the world. But it’s that time of game that sometimes we even lose in one transition or one mistake, it didn’t happen for us tonight.
“Today, we can take one point, it’s not what we wanted but we’ll take it,” the Pirates boss added.
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Coming up next for Pirates is a Soweto derby. The Buccaneers will host Moroka Swallows in Orlando on Tuesday, 5 December.
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