SuperSport United coach Gavin Hunt refused to be drawn into comments about Edwin Gyimah?s sending-off against Orlando Pirates.

Both sides ended the MTN8 semi-final first leg which ended 0-0 on Sunday with ten men.

Gyimah was the first to get his marching orders one minute before the break.

Pirates? Rooi Mahamutsa was sent off on the 90th minute mark.

Hunt, who has previously come under fire from the PSL for questioning referees? decisions, opted to hold his tongue this time, instead focusing on the match itself.

?It was a good performance from our side, so we?re happy, but it was a difficult game,? Hunt said.

?There?s another match (the second leg) and we?re looking forward to it, but I don?t want to say too much or I might get in trouble.?

Gyimah is in his second season with Sundowns after moving from Ghana Premier League side Wa All Stars.

He made his Ghana debut as a second half substitute in last Wednesday?s 1-1 draw with China.

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