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Dolly's Late Controversial Penalty Rescues A Point For Chiefs

South African fans including Kaizer Chiefs fans themselves were left agitated after a controversial end of the game between the struggling Chiefs and AmaZulu, social media went was buzzing after what looked like the referee literally won a point for Chiefs.

As Chiefs continues to disappoint their fans with poor performance, AmaZulu were well on their way to collect maximum points on Saturday afternoon, but things changed during the last minutes of the game when the referee awarded Amakhosi a penalty that did not look like a penalty.


When Stuart Baxter's men were press ing an looking for an equalizer,Usuthu defender was hit bynthe ball while he had his hands on his back, the referee waved play on but after a couple of seconds, he pointed it to the spot and Keagan Dolly made no mistake, he slotted it in to rescue a points for Chiefs.


AmaZulu have always found it difficult win against Chiefs, during the same fixture when Baxter was at his first spell in Naturena, Chiefs beat them 6-0 and on Saturday they thought they may have finally managed to beat them, but the referee had other ideas, he refused to allow Chief lose the game.


Benni McCarthy's men were proing to be tough opponents as they were all over Chiefs they were giving Amakhosi a hard time, they dominated the game in all departments, they surely will feel hard done by the controversial penalty.

Chiefs are continuing to struggle this season since they are yet to win games descently, in the last six league games, they have managed to collect only six points out of a possible eighteen, they won one game and drew three, they lost two, making it an average of one point per game, they are going through a long walk to ten points.


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