TS Galaxy Football Club ended its losing streak at the expense of Richards Bay FC this past weekend at King Zwelithini Stadium.
The two sides took the point each following the goalless draw. Sead Ramovic was satisfied with the point away from home after ending a two-match losing streak.
Before earning the point against Richards Bay in Umlazi, the Rockets suffered back-to-back defeats against Cape Town City and Orlando Pirates respectively.
“I think, we started very well but during the game, we missed some of our opportunities. It is not easy to play against a well-organized side like Richards Bay FC,” Ramovic told the members of the media in Durban after the game.
Galaxy is now 10th on the log with 10 points after eight rounds of matches.
“They only looked dangerous on set-plays. That’s their strength. We are happy with the point. We could have been happier if we got the three points. A point is a point.” Ramovic explained.
The Rockets will now lock horns against Marumo Gallants and Swallows FC at home in their upcoming matches.