- For once Kaizer Chiefs fans are not upset that their team lost, despite the whitewash fans celebrated
- The Chiefs have qualified for the CAF semi-finals which is a first for the club
- Fans took to social media to celebrate the milestone in the club's history and ignored the fact that they lost 3-0
Simba SC thoroughly trounced the Kaizer Chiefs in a spectacular match, beating them 3-0. Despite the whitewash, Amakhosi have done enough in the season to qualify for the CAF semi-finals.
Fans were ecstatic and took to social media to celebrate their team's successful defeat.
Kaizer Chiefs made history by qualifying for the CAF semis, a milestone they have never been able to reach in the past.
Here is what the fans had to say about it online:
"Jah y'all are into the semis, congratulations neh mara VOTSEK gents Joh!! I've never been so scared watching a game of football Yeses!! #Amakhosi4life"
"Kaizer Chiefs family let's retweet to show some love for our boys. We are through the sami-final❤️✌ #Amakhosi4Life #CAFCL"
"Simba won against Kaizer Chiefs but lost at the same time shappa Khosi shappa #Amakhosi4Life"
"Kaizer Chiefs through to the CAF champions league Semi-final for the first time in History.
We did it joe! #Amakhosi4Life"
"At least @KaizerChiefs have a good story to tell in 2021, never mind the domestic league performance #Amakhosi4Life."
Earlier, Briefly News reported that after recently showing a collection of expensive sneakers on social media, AmaZulu midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala is at it once again. The former Kaizer Chiefs captain decided to drop a number of images on his Instagram page in which he displays a number of flashy cars.
Ranging from the luxurious Range Rover to a VW Golf GTI and an Audi, ‘Shabba’ remains a star on and off the field of play.
The man who made headlines around the world when he scored the first goal of the 2010 FIFA World Cup for Bafana Bafana perfectly fits the notion that form is temporary and class is permanent.
In other news, Orlando Pirates are under pressure to get a favourable result against Raja Casablanca in their CAF Confederation Cup on Sunday. According to former captain Edward Motale, the Buccaneers rued a glorious opportunity to beat the Moroccan giants at home last weekend.
Coach Josef Zinnbauer drew 1-1 at Orlando Stadium in the opening leg and for them to reach the semi-finals, they have to clinch a high-scoring draw or secure a win.
According to ‘Magents’, Pirates still have a chance but he says they must not only focus on getting a stalemate but push for a convincing victory.
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