- Kaizer Chiefs fans were hoping for more and some were happy with a draw
- The match was almost another costly embarrassment for the Chiefs but they managed to avoid defeat in the 77th minute
- Fans have looked at the match and shared their armchair analysis of their team's performance
In a highly anticipated match between Kaizer Chiefs and Baroka FC, Amakhosi fans had hoped that their team would be able to avenge their defeat against the Baroka.
However, that was not the case and when the final whistle blew, both teams had only scored one goal each.
The first team to take the lead was Baroka in the 53rd minute after Chiefs midfielder Happy Mashiane gave away a free-kick. Thamsanqa Masiya scored after getting the ball from Evidence Makgopa.
Gavin Hunt took this as a sign to make some changes and brought Leonardo Castro in place of Erick Mathoho and Kearyn Baccus for Mashiane.
Chiefs managed to save themselves from an embarrassing defeat in the 77th minute after Goodman Mosele diverted the ball into his own net.
Briefly.co.za looked at some of the reactions of Chiefs fans to the match:
"Sure I here you, I just don't feel the high ball game is working for us, teams saw that towards the end of last season and we started struggling and we still want to continue referencing our game via Nirko with every ball, which at the end of the day makes lots of players look bad."
"We played that carpet football and went 7 without a win. I think rather you're known for your style of play that trying new things when you don't have players to do so. I feel the time to experiment with the new style of play should be when new players arrive."
"I blame the Players, they underrated Baroka too much and Baroka took the Game to us Manyama was Off today Put litter in its place symbol as usual. Actually, he was the only player for me who was off and allowed flow in the midfield.
"We all know that Baroka gives us a hard time. They were on the backfoot and I should think they the one happy coming out with the draw this time around.#Amakhosi4Life"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Coach Gavin Hunt recently delivered a stern warning to the players on his team about being distracted by the fame that comes along with being a player in one of the most prominent South African teams.
According to Hunt, there is no place on his team for bad boys and glamour boys who are depicted by their lifestyles as lovers of fancy cars and clothing, spending a lot of money on babes and expensive parties.
Hunt obviously wants his team - which walked away from a Stellenbosch game with no goals scored last Saturday - to focus more on the science of football and less on the popularity that accompanies the title of a Kaizer Chiefs player.
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