South Africans were not pleased with what happened between Kaizer Chief and Amazulu game.Eventually the referee, Jelly Chavani awarded Kaizer Chiefs a penalty in the last minute of the game.According to people, they claim that was not a penalty and Kaizer Chiefs did not deserve it.Now the referee, Jelly Chavani is facing serious problems with the PSL for the dubious penalty in favour of Kaizer Chiefs.
Apparently the PSL has decided to suspend Jelly Chavani for a period of four (4) weeks for awarding Kaizer Chiefs that penalty.
People were left shocked after Jelly Chavani pointed the penalty spot and awarded Amakhosi to score a goal.The game ended on a draw 1:1 and Amazulu believe that they were snatched their 3-points.The penalty really got Amazulu coach Benni fuming and made serious comments about Chiefs at the end of the game.Which also got him in trouble with the PSL and they demand him to pay a fine for such comments.
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Source: Global Football Reports
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