- The Kaizer Chiefs have disappointed fans again after losing 2-1 to Cape Town City
- The Chiefs were never in the lead and were trailing the Citizens for most of the match
- Amakhosi managed to save some face by scoring at least one goal but fans were not happy with falling to 11th spot on the log
Kaizer Chiefs lost to Cape Town City 2-1. Fans were stunned by the upset after City dominated most of the match leading by 2-0 until Kearyn Baccus managed to claw the Chiefs back into the game in the 67th minute.
However, it was not enough and the Chiefs were unable to improve their score leaving fans fuming.
Tashreeq Morris scored for City in the 20th minute followed by another goal shortly after the start of the second half.
The Kaizer Chiefs are taking up residence in the bottom of the log at the 11th spot while the Citizens climb up to the seventh spot on the log.
The Chiefs are set to plat against the Mamelodi Sundowns in their next outing and fans are not looking forward to a rematch.
Here are some of the reactions from Kaizer Chiefs fans to the defeat:
"Insurance companies should start asking questions like "do you support Kaizer Chiefs" if yes you pay a higher premium. Supporting this team is an extreme and dangerous sport. #KaizerChiefs"
"Cape Town City doing the lord's work."
"This is what happens when we celebrate a Sundowns win against pirates instead of focusing on our own business."
"Next, they play Mamelodi Sundowns...
When it rains it pours #KaizerChiefs."
"After 22 matches. 22 MATCHES!! They have only managed to accumulate 25 points SMH."
Earlier, Briefly News reported that the Kaizer Chiefs are set to face Mamelodi Sundowns in the DStv Premiership next weekend, two players are set to miss the big clash. Amakhosi could be without Willard Katsande, who is sitting on the verge of being suspended for the mega clash at Loftus Versfeld Stadium.
The Zimbabwe international is on the suspension tightrope ahead of their visit to Tshwane on the weekend and will look to maintain his cool should he feature against Cape Town City in their midweek game.
While they will face the Mother City outfit on Wednesday afternoon in the league at home at 5pm, it remains to be seen if coach Gavin Hunt will use the experienced midfielder against the Citizens.
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