Amakhosi went into their big game against the Brazilians as clear favorites after beating Maritzburg United Football Club 3–0 at FNB Stadium in Soweto during the week while Sundowns lost to TS Galaxy Football Club 1–0.
With the stadium full, everyone thought that the two teams would play a close match that would be decided by small margins. However, fans, especially Chiefs fans, were disappointed when Sundowns easily beat the club from Naturena to get their league season back on track.
Chiefs went into halftime down 2-0 because of two mistakes made by Siyabonga Ngezana in the first 16 minutes. This wasn't even close to what Sundowns could do on that day, as Masandawana were easily in charge of the game and looked like they were most likely to score the next goal.
Even though Chiefs came out strong in the second half and missed two clear chances, they took another hit when Peter Shalulile and Abubeker Nasir scored for Sundowns to give them a 4–0 win and move them up to second on the Dstv Premiership log table.
After the game, Chiefs players, led by the club's Sporting Director, Kaizer Motaung Jnr., went to the fans who stayed to support the team and apologized for their horrible performance and thanked them for sticking with them even though it wasn't easy.
Most Chiefs fans are only worried about how the team will react to this heavy loss. If the team responds with good results going forward, they will continue to support the team despite this setback.
It is up to Zwane's men to respond and bring smiles back to Chiefs fans who are still with them during this dry spell.
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