Mosha Gaolaolwe of Township Rollers challenged by Dirang Moloi of Gaborone United during the Botswana Premier League 2017/18 match between Gaborone United and Township Rollers at UB Stadium, Gaborone Botswana on 03 December 2017 ©Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix
Monday Dec 04, 2017. 17:00
Township Rollers head coach Nikola Kavazovic was pleased with his charges' performance against Gaborone United on Sunday afternoon.
Rollers came back to hold GU to a 2-2 draw in a BTC Premiership match which was played at the University of Botswana (UB) Stadium.
The Serbian tactician stated that he is concerned after three consecutive league draws.
"I am pleased, but only because at the end of the game we forced our way back after GU were leading," he said.
"Both their goals were beautiful, well taken. But overall, we were the better team, we did not allow them to have time on the ball or to attack us.
"My only worry is that we have drawn the last three games. It is not a problem of tactics because we are playing well; it is emotional, psychological," he continued.
"After winning our first eight games some of our players felt they had reached the top of the sky and relaxed.
"But we are still on top, and will work on getting back to winning."