Sekhukhune United feels they should have had a penalty after Orlando Pirates defender Thabiso Monyane handled the ball in the first half.
Earlier in the first half, Pirates youngster James Thabiso Monyane handled the ball in the box after a flick from Edwin Gyimah.
Despite calls from the Sekhukhune players, referee on the day Thando Ndzandzeka waved the play on.
The call divided South African football lovers as many felt the referee should have given the penalty.
However, on close inspection, Monyane’s hand was close to his body.
Many feel it is why the referee didn’t give the penalty.
Ndzandzeka went on to hand Pirates a controversial penalty in the 45th minute with the match 1-0 in favour of Sekhukhune.
Xoki slaughtered the resulting spot to see the match all square at the break.
Sekhukhune felt robbed as in the last minutes of the match Pirates stole the victory through the in-form Terrence Dzukamanja.
The win see Pirates win their second trophy of the season, having won the MTN8 earlier this season.
Meanwhile, they also finished second to end a successful season that will see them play CAF Interclub football next season.