On this Throwback Thursday, Briefly.co.za fondly recalls the day Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune pulled of a fantastic performance against English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspurs in 2011.
Briefly.co.za normally likes to reminisce on the talent of one of Mzansi's many footballing heroes when we do our Throwback Thursday edition.
However, Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune shared a memory that was just too good not to publish today.
Taking to Twitter, Khune relived a magnificent moment when he dived full stretch to pull off an unbelievable save to thwart Peter Crouch.
The memorable match saw the Amakhosi take on English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspurs in 2011 at the Peter Mokaba Stadium.
Khune's world-class saves were instrumental in Chiefs securing a historic victory over Spurs.
Following the match, club manager Bobby Motaung warmly embraced the Chiefs shot-stopper.
Khune's tweet can be seen below:
Briefly.co.za checked and shared some of the memorable responses to the post.
Esau (@Mass926037001) said,
"Itu the best."
Sbo zuma (@szuma779) added,
"You're the *Goat* that was confirmed by the chairman himself. One of best top 3 who ever played for Amakhosi."
Benjamin Nyirenda (@BenjaminNyirend) said,
"Great work Bhuti. You know we come from far and we still have a long way to cover. Keep it going."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Khune grew a beard and decided to ask South Africans what they thought.
Someone decided to see how Khune would look as a madala and the result was hilarious.
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