- In last night's Absa Premiership match against Chippa United, Kazier Chiefs' Khama Billiat finally scored a goal
- 30-year-old Billiat managed to strike after nine minutes in the first half and secured a goal for Amakhosi
- Chiefs fans are overwhelmed and excited as they react to the win, which has left the team at the top of the table
Zimbabwean-born soccer player Khama Billiat is making South African soccer enthusiasts smile with pride after he finally scored a goal for Kaizer Chiefs. In last night's Absa Premiership match against Chippa United, Billiat's first half goal guided his team to a 1-0 win.
According to eNCA, Billiat's goal allowed Chiefs to stay at the top of the table due to goal difference. Billiat scored the winning goal after nine minutes and Chiefs fans are still celebrating and congratulating the 30-year-old.
A video of the strike was shared to Twitter by @Cafulele1 and has since gained 16 000 views. #KhamaBilliat has been used on the platform by fans to celebrate the win. Watch Billiat's goal below:
There's been an influx of tweets about Billiat since last nights goal, Briefly.co.za took a look at what fans and soccer enthusiasts are saying on Twitter:
"Khama Billiat shines as he scores the winning goal for Kaiser Chiefs."
"The widely-criticised Khama Billiat has given Kaizer Chiefs the much-needed victory tonight to silence critics."
"#Amakhosi4Life, let's get it Glamour Boys."
Staying with soccer news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on Bernard Parker being accused of "sabotaging" Khama Billiat. A failed free-kick between Kaizer Chiefs players Khama Billiat and Bernard Parker made it's way to social media after their match against Bloemfontein Celtic last month.
The blunder left social media users reeling as they weren't able to comprehend how such a mistake could happen. Fans accused Parker of "sabotaging" his own teammate. 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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