Following their latest defeat to TTM, Kaizer Chiefs are drifting further from the top to the bottom of the DSTV Premiership log. Kaizer Chiefs find themselves just 5 points away from relegation with 4 games to go in the season.
There was plenty of drama in the game as with just 2 seconds left on the clock in stoppage time, TTM were awarded a penalty while the score was tied at 1-1 for a Ngezana handball in the box. Former Supersport United winger Thabo Mnyamane stepped up to slot home a 2nd goal to pull Tshakhuma out of the relegation zone and beat Kaizer Chiefs 2-1.
Gavin Hunt's comments after the game showed concerns on failure to see out their games, especially when they have taken the lead first.
"I thought we deserved more in this game, but it is what it is. We've got to soldier on." - Gavin Hunt.
Amakhosi currently occupy the 9th position in the log and the heat keeps on rising for Gavin Hunt as his team gets desperate for positive results, most importantly 3 points to try and climb to a top 8 finish.
Sources: SuperSport Football
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