The previous four days have been purgatory for those who swear allegiance to the Kaizer Chiefs banner, and Sunday's away association encounter against Limpopo strugglers Marumo Gallants couldn't come fast enough for some of them.
A match against the prevalence's storm cellar side would have been invited as a chance for mentor Stuart Baxter's once Mighty AmaKhosi to redeem themselves after a humiliating 4-1 loss to newcomers Royal AM seven days prior.
In any case, the Chiefs were fortunate to eke out a point in a goalless draw on Sunday morning against a team that began the day in the bottom half of the prevalence rankings.
Both teams were down to ten men after their respective send-offs, but Gallants will be upset that they did not put their feeble guests to the sword.
The soccer Gods will be loathed by bosses supervisor Bobby Motaung since the visitors may have dominated the game illegally right at the passing when Khama Billiat delivered a free-kick into the space in the 88th minute that appeared to be on course to become the game's decisive kick.
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