Johannesburg - Cape Town City coach Benni McCarthy was angry on Sunday despite his team achieving back-to-back South African Premiership victories for the first time this season with a 3-1 win over Black Leopards.
After winning their season-opener in August, McCarthy, a 2004 UEFA Champions League winner with Porto, saw his side go seven league matches without a victory.
Cape Town defeated AmaZulu 3-0 to end the woeful run and clinched victory over Leopards through an 85th-minute Siphelele Mthembu header.
Ayanda Patosi and Allan Kateregga netted for Cape Town in the opening half either side of a goal from Zambian Musonda Mwape for Leopards.
While City climbed three places to eighth - 10 points behind leaders Orlando Pirates with three games in hand - Leopards remained third from bottom with only two wins from 11 outings.
Polokwane City stayed seventh after riding their luck to force a 0-0 away draw against bottom club AmaZulu in Durban.
AmaZulu, who had six points deducted by FIFA for not honouring the contract of a former player, attacked relentlessly and were denied once by the woodwork.
A Polokwane team coached by Slovak Jozef Vukusic had a chance to snatch all three points in stoppage time only to blaze a free-kick just outside the penalty area over the bar.
The Absa Premiership is the richest national league in Africa with a R10 million rand prize for the champions.