- A free-kick blunder has made it's way to social media after a Kaizer Chiefs match against Bloemfontein Celtic
- The video of the fail was uploaded to Twitter by user @Buti_Hlomz
- Fans are accusing Bernard Parker of sabotaging Khama Billiat
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A failed free-kick between Kaizer Chiefs players Khama Billiat and Bernard Parker has made it's way to social media after their match against Bloemfontein Celtic.
The blunder has left social media users reeling as they aren't able to comprehend how such a mistake could happen. A video of the free-kick was uploaded to Twitter by user @Buti_Hlomz with the caption:
"You're evil for this @BernardParker!"
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Twitter users are still trying to guess what happened in the video.
@PhaahlaPhahlam2 reacted by tagging @KaizerChiefs:
"@KaizerChiefs you must look into this. This is witchcraft at the highest level."
"What the hell was this?"
"@KaizerChiefs @kaizerm_jr @amakhosi4live @KCfanTv @AttvilleKCFans what do we call this because we know mistakes when we see them. Isn't this sabotage? He didn't sabotage Billiat but Kaizer Chiefs and its fans. He deserves to be punished for doing this to us."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on Khama who just recently turned 30. The famous footballer plays for Kaizer Chiefs as a midfielder. Staying true to his birthplace, Zimbabwe, the young star also plays for the country's national team.
Khama, who is a doting father of one, started off his South African football career playing for Ajax. In July 2012, during a friendly encounter during the offseason, Ajax Cape Town held the visiting Manchester United to a 1–1 draw.
In June of 2018, he then went on to join his current team Kaizer Chiefs as a midfielder, where it seems he has settled well. He is also the recipient of a number of awards, PSL midfielder of the season and PSL player of the season, among others.
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