The South African football universe is in the aftermath of an epic weekend of football encounter that we have witnessed in the DStv Premiership, and a match that will be probably in the lips of football lovers and super fans is the match between Kaizer Chiefs and Royal AM which was played at FNB Stadium. Kaizer Chiefs were playing as home team and they were beaten at home by the visiting Royal AM by 4-1. This humiliation that was suffered by Kaizer Chiefs led to Stuart Baxter to immediately apologise to the fans after the match.
Royal AM head coach John Maduka was honest to admit that he was a bit shaken by the early attacks that were created by Kaizer Chiefs, yet at the same time what surprised him is that Chiefs failed to take all the chances they created especially in the early stages of first half. The visiting Royal AM started to gain momentum from the 30th minute as they have picked up that Amakhosi were not as effective as they expected them to be, and that's when Royal AM started to have a party at FNB Stadium.
John Maduka's Royal AM attacked Kaizer Chiefs from the first half and the only difference between these two sides is that the KZN outfit took their chances cleanly so and they were intentional about it. Victor Letsoalo was the hero for Royal AM in this match as he scored two goals for his side, even when Sifiso Hlanti scored a consolation goal for Amakhosi that was not enough for them to come back in this match.
Royal AM coach also claims that he knew at some point that Kaizer Chiefs was going to give them chances to score, the KZN side applied their tactics effective against Kaizer Chiefs with their consistent attacks, and they have also worked on their defenses so that they can absorb Chiefs's attacks.
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