Kaizer Chiefs fans are currently very happy after their team's big 3-1 win against Moroka Swallows FC earlier today in the Premier Soccer League (PSL), Keagan Dolly scored one goal and Khama Billiat scored 2 goals as Kaizer Chiefs claimed the important 3 points that take them up to 2nd place on the league table.
Khama Billiat's great performance and 2 goals were enough to earn him the man of the match award, and it is very clear that the Kaizer Chiefs fans are happy with his performance as some of them are currently on social media site Twitter sending messages to him, just look at what some fans are saying to Khama Billiat...
"#khama khama you deserve this opportunity to become man of the match and as khosii nation keep on working hard💪💥😑..."
"Look at the smile😍❤️✌🏾well deserved"
"Thats the kind of football we would like goin forward Khama. Keep up the good work."
"Dolly has resurrected the Khama Billiat we know. The two understand each other."
"Well played Khama🔥🔥👊🏽"
"keep working harder Khama 'we love u💛💛💛💛💛"
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