Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs brought back smiles on the faces of their huge fan base yesterday, this after they snapped their month-long winless streak by defeating Angolan giants Petro De Luanda 2-0 in the CAF Champions League.
Chiefs went into the game in search for their win in the competition after recording a draw and a heavy defeat in their first two matches of the campaign. The goals came courtesy of a header from defender Eric Mathoho and a wonderful strike from winger Happy Mashiane.
The win leaves Chiefs placed 3rd in the group standings level on 4 points with Guinean champions Horoya who are facing early pace-setters Wydad Casablanca this evening.
Meanwhile, Chiefs who are making their first appearance in the competition's group stages this season finally broke a record by registering their first group win ever.
Amakhosi who are 10th in the DStv Premiership standings will now turn their attention to the highly-anticipated clash with relegation threatened Maritzburg United at the Harry Gwala stadium next week on Wednesday, 10 March.
What do you make of Chiefs' historical record win against Petro?
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