Kaizer Chiefs claimed a 3-0 win over Stellenbosch FC in the Nedbank Cup, but Steve Komphela was not too pleased with the showboating in the second half.
Goals from Joseph Malongoane, Siphiwe Tshabalala and Gustavo Paez sent Chiefs into the Last 16.
However, Komphela questioned his side's professionalism after the encounter.
"There are areas where I thought we should be more professional, we don't want to lose the ball cheaply, you want to respect the game, you want to play in a positive manner," Komphela said after the game.
"You don't do that, football is culture, it's tradition and this is what South Africans enjoy in football. You not going to be mediocre, but you still want to give them the skill and flair they want and you do it in manner that is productive.
"When Neymar is in the corner, gets the ball and flips it, the world says 'what a skill, what a great player', when we do it in South Africa in a manner that is productive the same must go and if not, we as coaches have to reprimand the player."