Kaizer Chiefs equalled an undesirable "record" following their stunning 4-1 DStv Premiership rout to minnows Royal AM on Saturday.
Stuart Baxter's side endured their second loss of the 2021/22 association season – in what was only their fourth match – in the wake of being beaten in persuading design by Royal AM at the FNB Stadium.
The last scoreline saw Baxter's side equivalent an undesirable club record of yielding multiple times in a solitary association match without precedent for almost 16 years having last done as such in a 4-2 misfortune to Silver Stars in November 2005.
Kaizer Chiefs end up in a humiliating twelfth spot in the standings after four matches on account of a solitary success, two losses and a draw.
They have scored only three objectives and spilled upwards of seven!
Three of the four groups right now beneath them in the standings have a match – or matches – close by.
Kaizer Chiefs will next be in real life against one of those group beneath them – Marumo Gallants – on Sunday, 26 September at 17:00.
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