- Kaizer Chiefs suffered a devastating defeat at the hands of Moroccan side Wydad Casablanca over the weekend
- Despite their relentless struggle to face their opponents, the team had no steam in the actual game losing a terrible 4-0
- Many Chiefs fans were left heartbroken by the outcome of the match while other soccer fans made many hilarious jokes about it online
This past weekend South Africa's Kaizer Chiefs suffered a devastating loss at the hands or rather feet of the Morrocan side, Wydad Casablanca. Not managing to secure even one goal, the team lost at an embarrassing 4-0.
South African soccer fans were not very impressed with AmaKhosi who had endured quite a struggle in order to play the match after they went through all the trouble just to lose so horrendously.
Many of them headed to Twitter and shared a plethora of hilarious tweets expressing their feelings over the game. Kaizer Chiefs fans received the worse treatment as many opposing teams' fans laughed at them.
Read a few of their tweets below:
"Truly Speaking as much as we wanna blame Khune, that man was playing as a sweeper as well, even Akpeyi wasn't gonna save us, our defense is dead dead, at this moment not even @RealPitso1 can save Kaizer Chiefs, that team is broken from management."
"I swear Gavin Hunt hates Junior Khanye for exposing him this much. This Kaizer Chiefs team went straight to the dogs."
"Be easy. Some of us are Kaizer Chiefs fans. Good morning."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kaizer Chiefs are once again facing travel problems as a result of the Covid-19 strain on travel regulations. The team is meant to travel to Morocco to face Wydad Casablanca for another CAF group C fixture in less than 12 hours.
According to a media statement released by the team, several of its members are yet to receive their travel visas despite the fact that they had applied for them well in advance, they also stuck to all necessary guidelines.
"Kaizer Chiefs made all the necessary arrangements to travel including booking flights, securing accommodation, submission of visa applications and everything that is required for the trip," read a statement published on the official Kaizer Chiefs website.
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Source: Briefly News