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Opinion: Keagan Dolly's first goal for Kaizer Chiefs not one to be proud of or celebrated

Keagan Dolly scored his first goal for Kaizer Chiefs in Saturday's clash against Amazulu but the merit of the goal was not one to be proud of, Keagan Dolly is a good player but his goal was not one any player of his stature should be proud of especially when it was not a deserved goal.

Kaizer Chiefs created enough opportunities but in their game against Amazulu but Veli Muthwa was the man who denied them from scoring any of thoughs opportunities in 90 minutes, Keagan Dolly himself was denied by Veli during the 90 minutes and had to rely on the penalty which was also almost save by Amazulu number one goalkeeper Veli Muthwa.

Kaizer Chiefs supporters will be happy with that one point even though they have the assistant referee to thank for that as he misjudged a handball in the last seconds of the game, that decision really hurt Amazulu as they already had 3 points in the bag, Kaizer Chiefs have the referee to thank for that goal.

Keagan Dolmy still needs to get a proper first goal for Kaizer Chiefs a goal that he deserves not one that has the officials help all over it, this point does not change anything for Kaizer Chiefs as they are still in danger as they are steering to the relegation zone head on.

Keagan Dolly still has not found the back of the net for Kaizer Chiefs in my book and even though his goal will stand it will forever be shadowed by a dark cloud with question Mark's all over it, do drop a comment on what you think of Kaizer Chiefs performance against Amazulu and the penalty that was handed to them.

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