Kaizer Chiefs Football Club supporter was spotted at Loftus Versfeld Stadium switching clubs after Amakhosi suffered an embarrassing defeat to the Chloorkop based side.
It is not normal to see a supporter switching clubs, however, this one decided to switch them right from the spot when the Glamour boys were losing to Mamelodi Sundowns.
He decided to join Mamelodi Sundowns, as his side was losing to the Dstv Premiership Champions. He is of course not the only fan frustrated, as other supporters were also spotted leaving at the ground before the match ended.
Mamelodi Sundowns Saturday took an eary lead against Amakhosi on Saturday when Siyabonga Ngezana committed an error at the back and Gaston Sirino made no mistake.
After some minutes, Peter Shalulile doubled the club's lead after the Kaizer Chiefs Football Club defender, Syabonga Ngezana committed yet another mistake - which resulted into a penalty.
The match ended as four nil, in favour of Mamelodi Sundowns.
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