Kaizer Chiefs head coach Ernst Middendorp has chosen to sidestep the chance to publicly regret the missed goals against the Magic FC in a Nedbank Cup last 16 tie.

Yesterday saw Amakhosi waste a flood of goals until they eventually broke the deadlock in extra time to win 3-0.

“You will not get any comment I will make in front of a camera talking about certain players that they have not scored or they did not use the chances. I think that should not be done. We will internally... if it is needed, I personally don’t need it, it’s in my memory, in my mental muscles I which moments you’re talking about, " Middendorp told SuperSport after the game.

Chiefs’ first goal came via a penalty kick on 105 minutes, before late substitutes Khama Billiat and Philani Zulu added to the score in the second half of extra time.

“But it is like this. Sometimes strikers, defenders you can name them there is a run [where] it doesn’t work out. We’re not scoring at a certain time, good it is not for somebody to be blamed. It’s just a team effort at the end of the day and we have qualified, that’s it.

“From the dominance... our biggest opponent was in our own team, we can describe it and talk about it but I think everybody knows what I mean,” he said.