Kaizer Chiefs fans are currently very happy after their team put on a very impressive display against Moroka Swallows FC yesterday (Sunday 28 November) in the DStv Premier League, Keagan Dolly (1 goal) and Khama Billiat (2 goals) were both on the score sheet as Kaizer Chiefs cruised to a 3-1 thrashing of Moroka Swallows FC.
Kaizer Chiefs' win over Moroka Swallows was very crucial as it took them up to the second place on the DStv Premier League table behind Mamelodi Sundowns, and the Amakhosi fans are very happy, as they are excited about the possibility of challenging Mamelodi Sundowns for the league title, just look at what some Amakhosi fans are saying about their current league position...
"Guess who fought their way from the bottom to 2nd on the log?
League is a marathon and it’s about to get interesting at the top with more games to be played.
Kaizer Chiefs won’t hand the title to anyone #DStvPrem"
"League is a marathon and it’s on the last game that’s all I am going to say to you right now.
At some point we had a 15 point gap and you know what happened.
Football is such a beautiful game"
"I like the log standings,We must just give Sundowns the taste of their own medine come the end of the season 😁😁😁😁"
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